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General Notes
Product is deemed accepted by recipient and is provided without interface to recipients products. The documentation
and/or product are provided for testing, evaluation, integration and information purposes. The documentation and/or
product are provided on an as is basis only and may contain deficiencies or inadequacies. The documentation and/or
product are provided without warranty of any kind, express or implied. To the maximum extent permitted by applicable
law, Matrix Electronica S.L.U. further disclaims all warranties; including without limitation any implied warranties of
merchantability,completeness,fitnessforaparticularpurposeandnoninfringementofthirdpartyrights.Theentirerisk
arising out of the use or performance of the product and documentation remains with recipient. This product is not
intended for use in life support appliances, devices or systems where a malfunction of the product can reasonably be
expected to result in personal injury. Applications incorporating the described product must be designed to be in
accordance with the technical specifications provided in these guidelines. Failure to comply with any of the required
procedurescanresultinmalfunctionsorseriousdiscrepanciesinresults.
Furthermore, all safety instructions regarding the use of mobile technical systems, including GSM products, which also
apply to cellular phones, must be followed. Matrix Electronica S.L.U. or its suppliers shall, regardless of any legal theory
uponwhichtheclaimisbased,notbeliableforanyconsequential,incidental,direct,indirect,punitiveorotherdamages
whatsoever (including, without limitation, damages for loss of business profits, business interruption, loss of business
informationordata,orotherpecuniaryloss)arisingouttheuseoforinabilitytousethedocumentationand/orproduct,
evenifMatrixElectronicaS.L.U.hasbeenadvisedofthepossibilityofsuchdamages.Theforegoinglimitationsofliability
shallnotapplyincaseofmandatoryliability,e.g.undertheSpanishProductLiabilityAct,incaseofintent,grossnegligence,
injuryoflife,bodyorhealth,orbreachofaconditionwhichgoestotherootofthecontract.However,claimsfordamages
arisingfromabreachofacondition,whichgoestotherootofthecontract,shallbelimitedtotheforeseeabledamage,
whichisintrinsictothecontract,unlesscausedbyintentorgrossnegligenceorbasedonliabilityforinjuryoflife,bodyor
health.Theaboveprovisiondoesnotimplyachangeontheburdenofprooftothedetrimentoftherecipient.Subjectto
changewithoutnoticeatanytime.Theinterpretationofthisgeneralnoteshallbegovernedandconstruedaccordingto
Spanishlawwithoutreferencetoanyothersubstantivelaw.

Important information
This technical description contains important information for the start up and use of the MTX3G
JAVAmodem.
ReaditcarefullybeforeyoustartworkingwiththeMTX3GJAVAdevice.
The warranty will be void should damage occur due to noncompliance with these instructions for
use.
Wecannotacceptanyresponsibilityforconsequentialloss.

Service and Support


Tocontactcustomersupportpleaseusethecontactdetailsbelow:
MatrixElectrnica
AlejandroSnchez,109
28019Madrid(SPAIN)
gsmsupport@matrix.es

Information about the MTX3GJAVA product and its accessories is available on the following web
site:
www.mtxm2m.com
Orcontactyourlocaldistributor/salesagent.

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Revision information
Revision Date Author Changes
0.6 2014/01 JS Firstpreliminaryrelease
0.9 2014/03 JS FixedindexandRFcarddescriptions
Newdocumentformatandgeneral
1.0 2014/06 AEM
revision
Languagestylerevision
AddedMTX3GJAVAGPSBTdevice
1.1 2014/10 AEM/TP
AddedMTX3GJAVARS485WC25
device
1.2 2014/12 AEM Minorrevision
1.3 2015/04 AEM Fixederrata
1.4 2015/05 AEM Minorrevision
1.5 2015/10 AEM Minorrevision

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Index
GeneralNotes..........................................................................................................................................2
Importantinformation............................................................................................................................2
ServiceandSupport................................................................................................................................2
Revisioninformation...............................................................................................................................3
1. Introduction.....................................................................................................................................8
1.1 Description..............................................................................................................................8
1.2 Orderinginformation..............................................................................................................9
1.3 Featuresbymodel.................................................................................................................10
1.4 Highlights...............................................................................................................................11
1.5 Productlabel.........................................................................................................................14
1.6 Mainfeaturesandservices...................................................................................................15
1.6.1 Keyfeaturesataglance................................................................................................15
1.6.2 Operatingmodes...........................................................................................................18
1.6.3 PowerConsumption......................................................................................................19
1.6.4 RFantennainterfacedescription..................................................................................20
1.6.5 SIMCard........................................................................................................................22
1.7 Precautions............................................................................................................................22
1.8 Blockdiagram........................................................................................................................23
1.8.1 BaseMTX3GJAVA........................................................................................................23
1.8.2 RS485models................................................................................................................23
1.8.3 ULPmodels....................................................................................................................24
1.8.4 Allothermodels............................................................................................................24
1.9 Hardwarerevisions................................................................................................................25
2. Mechanicaldescription.................................................................................................................26
2.1 MTX3GJAVAmodelandULPmodels..................................................................................26
2.1.1 Overview........................................................................................................................26
2.1.2 Dimensions....................................................................................................................27
2.2 MTX3GJAVARS485models................................................................................................29
2.2.1 Overview........................................................................................................................29
2.2.2 Dimensions....................................................................................................................30
2.3 Allothermodels....................................................................................................................32
2.3.1 Overview........................................................................................................................32
2.3.2 Dimensions....................................................................................................................33

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3. Electricalandenvironmentalcharacteristics................................................................................35
3.1 Electricalspecifications.........................................................................................................35
3.1.1 Powersupply.................................................................................................................35
3.1.2 RS232interface.............................................................................................................35
3.1.3 RS485interface.............................................................................................................36
3.1.4 I2Cinterface..................................................................................................................36
3.1.5 GPIO...............................................................................................................................37
3.1.6 OptoisolatedInput/Output...........................................................................................37
3.1.7 AnalogInput/Output.....................................................................................................38
3.2 Operatingtemperatures........................................................................................................39
3.3 Storageconditions.................................................................................................................40
4. Interfacedescription.....................................................................................................................41
4.1 Powersupplyconnector........................................................................................................42
4.1.1 RJ11(baseMTX3GJAVA).............................................................................................42
4.1.2 5waypluginterminalblock(RS485models)...............................................................43
4.1.3 RJ11(ULPmodels).........................................................................................................44
4.1.4 RJ11(allothermodels)..................................................................................................45
4.2 MiniUSBconnector...............................................................................................................46
4.3 DB9connector:mainRS232port..........................................................................................47
4.4 DB15connector:I/Oexpansionport.....................................................................................49
4.4.1 Connectorpinouts.........................................................................................................49
4.4.2 RS232interface.............................................................................................................54
4.4.3 I2Cbus...........................................................................................................................56
4.4.4 AnalogtoDigitalandDigitaltoAnalogconverters......................................................57
4.4.5 GeneralPurposeandOptoisolatedI/O.........................................................................59
4.5 RS485bus..............................................................................................................................62
4.6 GSM/GPRS/UMTSantennaconnector..................................................................................63
4.7 SIMcardreader.....................................................................................................................63
4.8 3Axisaccelerometer.............................................................................................................64
4.9 InternalLiPobattery.............................................................................................................65
4.10 RealTimeClock.....................................................................................................................68
4.10.1 ULPmodels....................................................................................................................68
4.11 InternalHardwareWatchdog................................................................................................69
4.12 GPS........................................................................................................................................70

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4.12.1 GPSantennaconnector.................................................................................................70
4.12.2 GPSapplicationinterface..............................................................................................70
4.12.3 GPSParser(comingsoon).............................................................................................71
4.12.4 Powersaving.................................................................................................................71
4.13 WirelessRFmodules.............................................................................................................72
4.13.1 Bluetooth2.1.................................................................................................................72
4.13.2 BluetoothLowEnergy(4.0)...........................................................................................72
4.13.3 CoronisWavecard25/500mW......................................................................................73
4.13.4 ISM(868/900MHz)........................................................................................................74
4.13.5 WiFi................................................................................................................................74
4.13.6 ZigBee............................................................................................................................74
4.14 CustomGPS+RFmodules......................................................................................................74
4.15 Firmwareupdates.................................................................................................................74
5. Operation......................................................................................................................................75
5.1 Switchingonthemodem.NewAutomaticrestartaftershutdownfeature......................75
5.2 Switchingoffthemodem......................................................................................................75
5.3 UltraLowPowermode..........................................................................................................76
5.4 Sleepmode............................................................................................................................76
5.5 StatusLEDs............................................................................................................................77
6. ATcommandinterpreter...............................................................................................................78
7. Embeddedapplications.................................................................................................................79
7.1 MTXTunnelsoftwareapplication.........................................................................................80
8. Safetyandproductcare................................................................................................................82
8.1 Safetyinstructions.................................................................................................................82
8.2 Generalprecautions..............................................................................................................82
8.3 SIMcardprecautions.............................................................................................................83
8.4 Antennaprecautions.............................................................................................................83
8.5 RadioFrequency(RF)exposureandSAR...............................................................................84
8.6 Personalmedicaldevices......................................................................................................84
9. Modeminstallation.......................................................................................................................85
9.1 Wheretoinstallthemodem.................................................................................................85
9.1.1 Environmentalconditions.............................................................................................85
9.1.2 Signalstrength...............................................................................................................85
9.1.3 ConnectionsofcomponentstoMTX3GJAVATerminal..............................................85

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9.1.4 Networkandsubscription.............................................................................................85
9.2 Howtoinstallthemodem.....................................................................................................86
9.2.1 Powersupply.................................................................................................................86
9.2.2 Securingthemodem.....................................................................................................86
9.3 Antenna.................................................................................................................................86
9.3.1 General..........................................................................................................................86
9.3.2 Antennatype.................................................................................................................86
9.3.3 Antennaplacement.......................................................................................................87
9.3.4 Theantennacable.........................................................................................................87
9.3.5 Possiblecommunicationsdisturbances........................................................................87
10. Conformityassessment.............................................................................................................88
10.1 StandardsofEuropeanTypeApproval..................................................................................88
10.2 PTCRBapproval.....................................................................................................................89
10.3 FCCCompliant.......................................................................................................................90
10.3.1 SARinformation............................................................................................................90
10.4 AT&Tcertification..................................................................................................................91
11. Declaracindeconformidad(Spanish).....................................................................................92
11.1 Estndaresdehomologacineuropea..................................................................................92
11.2 AprobacinPTCRB.................................................................................................................93
11.3 ConformidadFCC...................................................................................................................94
11.3.1 Tasadeabsorcinespecfica(SAR)...............................................................................94
11.4 CertificacinAT&T.................................................................................................................95
12. Regulatoryandtypeapprovalinformation...............................................................................96
12.1 Directivesandstandards.......................................................................................................96
12.2 SARrequirementsspecifictoportablemobiles....................................................................98
12.3 SELVrequirements................................................................................................................98
13. RoHSStatement........................................................................................................................99
14. Disposalofoldelectrical&electronicequipment....................................................................99
15. Abbreviations..........................................................................................................................100
16. ATcommandsummary...........................................................................................................103
17. Accessories..............................................................................................................................108
18. Salescontact............................................................................................................................109

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1. Introduction

1.1 Description
The MTX3GJAVA modems family is an innovative and powerful allinone solution enabling GSM,
SMS, fax and 3G (UMTS/HSPA) high speed data transmission. It has an intrinsic TCP/IP
communicationstackwithInternetServicessuchasTCP,UDP,HTTP,FTP,SMTP,andPOP3.

TheMTX3GJAVAisJavaJ2MEprogrammableandhasacompletesetofinterfaces(RS232,RS485,
USB, GPIO, I2C, GPIO, optoisolated IOs, AnalogtoDigital converter) avoiding need for further
hardware components, shortening time to market and reducing costs. It also has a wide range of
options(dependingonthemodel)allowingittobeusedininfiniteM2Mapplications:

Ultra Low Power: 2.5A power consumption in sleep mode. Ideal in remotebattery
operatedsystems
GNSS module inside: GPS and GLONASS receiver modules allows track & location
applications.GLONASSfeaturemustbeorderedasanoption
HardwareWatchdogandinternalLiPobattery
RS485port:isolatedinput/outputforindustrialuse
RFcard:allowsforeasydevelopmentofRFgateways(Wavenis,WiFi,Bluetooth,ZigBee,
ISM868/915)

PleasereadSection1.3toviewthespecificfeaturesofeachdevice.

TheMTX3GJAVAfamilyisindustriallyfeatured:theunitcanbeusedinindustrialenvironmentsdue
to its extended operating temperature range. It also features an automatic restart after shutdown
functionincaseofpowerglitchesorfaultyconditions.

TheMTX3GJAVAisaselfcontainedmodemwithitsownSIMcardholder,USB2.0HighSpeedand
RS232/485interfaces(amongothers),whichminimizetheneedforfurtherhardwaredevelopment.
Thisdevicecanbeusedasapowerfulandflexibledevicethatcanbeintegratedinawiderangeof
telemetryapplicationsthatrelyontheremoteexchangeofdata,SMSorfaxesviatheGSMcellular
network.

The Fiveband functionality allows for operation in all relevant GSM frequencies across the world.
LocalEuropeanandAmericaeconomicvariantsareavailable.WhenUMTS/3Gnetworkoperationis
notpresent,theMTX3GJAVAcanoperateinlowerspeedmodessuchEDGEClass12(max.237kbps
DL,max.237kbpsUL)orGPRSClass12(max.85.6kbpsDL,max.85.6kbps).

TheMTX3GJAVAcanalsobecontrolledviaATcommandsandstandardinterfacessuchusUSB2.0
HighSpeedorRS232withLinuxandWindowsdrivers.

TheMTX3GJAVAfamilyisRoHS&WEEEcompliantanditismanufacturedfollowingtheISO9001&
IS014001Qualitycertifications.

Afulllistofantennas,cablesandaccessorysuppliesareavailable.

TheMTX3GJAVAmodemsarepoweredbyaninternalCinterionEHS6module


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1.2 Ordering information


199801320:MTX3GJAVA 199801136:MTX3GJAVAWC25
2xRS232,USB,I2C,2xADC,1xDAC,4xGPIO Coronis Wavecard 25mW, 1xRS232, USB, I2C, 2xADC,
1xGPIO, 6xOptoIO, Accelerometer, Sleep mode,
199801330:MTX3GJAVARS485 HardwareWatchdog
1xRS485, 1x RS232, USB, I2C, 2xADC, 4xOptoIO, Sleep
mode 199801137:MTX3GJAVAWC500
Coronis Wavecard 500mW, 1xRS232, USB, I2C, 2xADC,
199801364:MTX3GJAVARS485WC25 1xGPIO, 6xOptoIO, Accelerometer, Sleep mode,
CoronisWavecard25mW,1xRS485,1xRS232,USB,I2C, HardwareWatchdog
2xADC,4xOptoIO,Sleepmode
199801345:MTX3GJAVABT
199801331:MTX3GJAVABAT Bluetooth 2.1, 1xRS232, USB, I2C, 2xADC, 1xGPIO,
LiPo battery, 1xRS232, USB, I2C, 2xADC, 1xGPIO, 6xOptoIO, Accelerometer, Sleep mode, Hardware
6xOptoIO, Accelerometer, Sleep mode, Hardware Watchdog
Watchdog
199801346:MTX3GJAVABLE
199801332:MTX3GJAVAGPS Bluetooth Low Energy, 1xRS232, USB, I2C, 2xADC,
GPS, 1xRS232, USB, I2C, 2xADC, 1xGPIO, 6xOptoIO, 1xGPIO, 6xOptoIO, Accelerometer, Sleep mode,
Accelerometer,Sleepmode,HardwareWatchdog HardwareWatchdog

199801342:MTX3GJAVAGPSBAT 199801347:MTX3GJAVAXBEE
GPS, LiPo battery, 1xRS232, USB, I2C, 2xADC, 1xGPIO, XBee, 1xRS232, USB, I2C, 2xADC, 1xGPIO, 6xOptoIO,
6xOptoIO, Accelerometer, Sleep mode, Hardware Accelerometer,Sleepmode,HardwareWatchdog
Watchdog

199801348:MTX3GJAVA868
199801353:MTX3GJAVAGPSBT European ISM (868MHz), 1xRS232, USB, I2C, 2xADC,
GPS, Bluetooth 2.1, USB, I2C, 2xADC, 1xGPIO, 1xGPIO, 6xOptoIO, Accelerometer, Sleep mode,
6xOptoIO, Accelerometer, Sleep mode, Hardware HardwareWatchdog
Watchdog

199801349:MTX3GJAVA900
199801343:MTX3GJAVAULP USAISM(900MHz),1xRS232,USB,I2C,2xADC,1xGPIO,
Ultra Low Power, 2xRS232, USB, I2C, 2xADC, 1xDAC, 6xOptoIO, Accelerometer, Sleep mode, Hardware
5xGPIO,4xOptoIO Watchdog

199801340:MTX3GJAVAULPGPS 199801350:MTX3GJAVAWMBUS
GPS, Ultra Low Power, 1xRS232, USB, I2C, 2xADC, Wireless MBUS, 1xRS232, USB, I2C, 2xADC, 1xGPIO,
1xDAC,5xGPIO,4xOptoIO 6xOptoIO, Accelerometer, Sleep mode, Hardware
Watchdog
199801344:MTX3GJAVAULPWC25
Coronis Wavecard 25mW (868MHz), Ultra Low Power, 199801351:MTX3GJAVAWIFI
1xRS232,USB,I2C,2xADC,1xDAC,5xGPIO,4xOptoIO WiFi, 1xRS232, USB, I2C, 2xADC, 1xGPIO, 6xOptoIO,
Accelerometer,Sleepmode,HardwareWatchdog

Notes:
1. Abatterycanbeincludeduponrequestinmodelswithoutone
2. EconomyversionsofEuropeanorAmericanbandscanbeordereduponrequest

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1.3 Features by model


Dependingonthedevicemodelyouhaveselected,thereisasetoffeaturesavailableasdescribedin
the table below. Please ask us at gsmsupport@matrix.es if you need any other combination of
features,oronethatisnotlistedhere.

25

C25
5WC

BAT

PS

US
T

00
UL PW
S485

UL PG
GPSB

C2 5

WMB
BE E
RS48

GPS

WC5

IF I
BAT
PS

868
00
LE
BT
L

VAW

VAW
VAU
VAG
VAR

VAB
X

VA9
AVA

AVA

AVA

AVA
AVA

AVA
AVA

AVA

AVA
AVA
AVA

V A
3GJA
3GJA

3GJA

3GJA

3GJA

3GJA

3GJA

3GJA
3GJ

3GJ
3GJ

3GJ

3GJ
3GJ

3GJ
3GJ

3GJ

3GJ
3GJ
MT X
MT X

MT X

MT X

MT X

MT X

MT X

MT X
MT X

MT X
MT X

MT X

MT X
MT X

MT X
MT X

MT X

MT X
MT X
RS232(8wire) X X X X

RS232(4wire) X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X

RS485 X X

USB X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X

I2C X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X

ADC x2 x2 x2 x2 x2 x2 x2 x1 x1 x1 x2 x2 x2 x2 x2 x2 x2 x2 x2

DAC x1 x1 x1 x1

GPIO x4 x1 x1 x1 x1 x5 x5 x5 x1 x1 x1 x1 x1 x1 x1 x1 x1

OptoisolatedIO x4 x4 x6 x6 x6 x6 x6 x6 x6 x6 x6 x6 x6 x6 x6

Accelerometer X X X X X X X X X X X X X

RTC X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X

Sleepmode *1 *1 X X X X X X X X X X X X X

UltraLowPowermode X X X

WakeUp(byRTC) *1 *1 X X X X X X X X X X X X X

WakeUp(byAccelerometer) X X X X X X X X X X X X X

PowerOn(byRTC) X X X

PowerOn(byOptoIO) X X X

LiPoBattery X X *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2

HDWatchDog X X X X X X X X X X X X X

AutoOn X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X

InternalRFmodule X X X X X X X X X X X X

GPS X X X X *3 *3 *3 *3 *3 *3 *3 *3 *3

GPS/GLONASS *4 *4 *4 *4 *4 *4 *4 *4 *4 *4 *4 *4 *4

*1:onlyifAUTOONisdisabledbyhardware
*2:batteryoptioncanbeordereduponrequest
*3:GPScanbeordereduponrequest
*4:GLONASScanbeordereduponrequest

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1.4 Highlights
Interfaces
GSMFMEMantennaconnector
SMAFantennaconnectorforGPSorotherRFoptions(*)
USB2.0HighSpeedportupto480Mbps
SIMcardinterface1.8Vand3V
DB9femaleconnector:complete8wireRS232modeminterface(*)
DB15femaleconnector:
o 1xRS232(4wire)port(*)
o 1xI2Cport
o 5xGPIO(*)
o 6xOptoisolatedI/Os(*)
o 2xanaloginputs(*)
o 1xanalogoutput(*)
1xRS485port(5waypluginterminalblock)(*)
OperatingstatusLEDs
Pluginpowersupply(RJ11connector)

Generalfeatures
WorldWideVersion(default)
o UMTS/HSPA+:FiveBand800/850/900/1900/2100MHz
o GSM/GPRS/EDGE:Quadband850/900/1800/1900MHz
EuropeanVersion
o UMTS/HSPA+:DualBand900/2100MHz
o GSM/GPRS/EDGE:Dualband900/1800MHz
AmericanVersion
o UMTS/HSPA+:DualBand850/1900MHz
o GSM/GPRS/EDGE:Dualband850/1900MHz
3GPPRelease6,7
SIMApplicationToolkit,3GPPrelease99
ControlviaATcommands(Hayes,TS27.007,TS27.005)
TCP/IPstackaccessviaATcommands
Internetservices:TCP,UDP,HTTP,FTP,SMTP,POP3
Powerconsumptionat12V(average)
o UltraLowPower:2.5A(*)
o Sleepmode:7mA(*)
o Idle:12mA
o HSPAdatatransfer:152mA
Temperaturerange
o Operating:30Cto+85C
Dimensions,excludingconnectors:78.1x66.8x37.2mm
Weight:<190g
IP30enclosure

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InternalHardwareWatchdog(*)
Internal1650mAhLiPobattery(*)
3AxisAccelerometer(2g/4g/8g)(*)
PoweredbyCinterionEHS6modules

Specifications
HSPA(3GPPRelease6,7)
o DL7.2Mbps,UL5.7Mbps
o HSDPACat.8/HSUPACat.6datarates
o Compressedmode(CM)accordingto3GPPTS25.212
UMTS(3GPPRelease4)
o PSdatarate384kbpsDL,UL384kbps
o CSdatarate64kbpsDL,UL64kbps
HSPA(3GPPRelease6,7)
o DL7.2Mbps,UL5.7Mbps
o HSDPACat.8/HSUPACat.6datarates
GPRS
o GPRSclass12
o MobilestationclassB
o PBCCHsupport
o CodingschemesCS14
EGPRS
o Multislotclass12
o EDGEE2powerclassfor8PSK
CSDdatatransmission
o Upto9.6kbps
o V.110
o Nontransparentmode
o USSDsupport
SMS
o PointtopointMOandMT
o SMScellbroadcast
o TextandPDUmode
Fax
o Group3,class1,2

Drivers
USB,MUXdriverforMicrosoftWindowsXP,Vista,Windows7
RIL,USBdriverforMicrosoftWindowsEmbeddedHandheld>=6.x
USB,MUXdriverforMicrosoftWindowsEmbeddedCompact>=5.x
USBserial/CDCACMdriverforLinux

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JavaTMfeatures
OracleJavaMEEmbedded3.2
ComplianttoCLDC1.1HIandIMPNGstandards
CapableofrunningmultipleMIDletsinparallelwithinterMIDletcommunication
AdditionalJavastandardsAPIs:
o JSR75(FileConnection)
o JSR177(CRYPTO)
o JSR280(XML)
AdditionalaccessibleperipheryforJavaapplications
o I/Opins,I2C,ADC/DAC
o Serialinterfaces(API):ASC0,ASC1,USB
MemoryspaceforJavaapplications
o FlashFileSystem:8MB
o RAM:6MB
o JustinTime(JIT)Compilerexecutionoptimization

Specialfeatures
USBinterfacessupportmultiplecompositemodesandaLinux/Maccompliantmode
FirmwareupdateviaUSB/RS232
Realtimeclockwithalarmfunctionality
Multiplexeraccording3GPPTS27.010
RLSMonitoring(Jammingdetection)
InformalNetworkScan
CustomerIMEI/SIMLockasvariant
IntegratedFOTA,configurableandroyaltyfree

*:dependingonmodel,seeSection1.3

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1.5 Product label


ThelabelfixedtothebottomofaMTXTerminalcomprisesthefollowinginformation:

No. Information
1 MTXTerminalslogo
2 Productname(model)
3 Productorderingnumber
4 HardwareandFirmwareRevisions
5 FCCID
6 Year/Weekoffabrication
7 Barcode(Code128)(IMEI)
8 ProductIMEI
9 RoHSsymbol
10 PbFreesymbol
11 WEEEsymbol
12 CElogo
13 PTCRBCertificationlogo

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1.6 Main features and services


TheMTX3GJAVAperformsasetoftelecomservices(TS)accordingtoGSMstandardphase2+,ETSI
andITUT.Theservicesandfunctions ofthe MTX3GJAVAareimplemented byissuing customized
applicationsembeddedonthedevice,byATcommandsissuedinternallyorovertheUSB,RS232or
RS485interface.

1.6.1 Key features at a glance

The MTX3GJAVA is a UMTS/HSPA and also GSM/GPRS/EDGE bands mobile station with the
characteristicsshowninthetablebelow.

Feature Implementation
General
Frequencybands UMTS/HSPA+:Fiveband,800/850/900/1900/2100MHz
GSM/GPRS/EDGE:Quadband,850/900/1800/1900MHz
GSMclass SmallMS
Outputpower Class4(+33dBm2dB)forEGSM850
Class4(+33dBm2dB)forEGSM900
Class1(+30dBm2dB)forGSM1800
Class1(+30dBm2dB)forGSM1900
ClassE2(+27dBm3dB)forGSM8508PSK
ClassE2(+27dBm3dB)forGSM9008PSK
ClassE2(+27dBm+3dB/4dB)forGSM18008PSK
ClassE2(+27dBm+3/4dB)forGSM19008PSK
ClassE2(+26dBm+3/4dB)forGSM18008PSK
Class3(+24dBm+1/3dB)forUMTS2100,WCDMAFDDBdI
Class3(+24dBm+1/3dB)forUMTS1900,WCDMAFDDBdII
Class3(+24dBm+1/3dB)forUMTS900,WCDMAFDDBdVIII
Class3(+24dBm+1/3dB)forUMTS850,WCDMAFDDBdV
Class3(+24dBm+1/3dB)forUMTS800,WCDMAFDDBdVI

Powersupply Singlesupplyvoltage
Maximum:6.5to40V(withoutdamagingthedevice)*
Recommended:7to35V
*(Deviceoperationfrom6.5to7Visnotguaranteedoverthewholetemperaturerange/Suppliesfrom35to40V
maydamagethedeviceduringanextendeduse)
Physical Dimensions:78,1x66,8x37,2mmWeight:approx.190g
RoHS AllhardwarecomponentsarefullycompliantwiththeEURoHSDirective

HSPAfeatures
3GPPRelease6,7 DL7.2Mbps,UL5.7Mbps
HSDPACat.8/HSUPACat.6datarates
Compressedmode(CM)supportedaccordingto3GPPTS25.212
UMTSfeatures
3GPPRelease8 PSdatarate384kbpsDL/384kbpsUL
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GSM/GPRS/EGPRSfeatures
Datatransfer GPRS
MultislotClass12
FullPBCCHsupport
MobileStationClassB
CodingScheme14
EGPRS
MultislotClass12
EDGEE2powerclassfor8PSK
DownlinkcodingschemesCS14,MCS19
UplinkcodingschemesCS14,MCS19
SRBloopbackandtestmodeB
8bit,11bitRACH
PBCCHsupport
1phase/2phaseaccessprocedures
LinkadaptationandIR
NACC,extendedULTBF
MobileStationClassB
CSD
V.110,RLP,nontransparent
9.6kbps
USSD
SMS PointtopointMTandMO
Cellbroadcast
TextandPDUmode
Storage:SIMcardplusSMSlocationsinmobileequipment
Software
ATcommands Hayes,3GPPTS27.007,27.005,GemaltoM2M
ATcommandsforRILcompatibility
JavaTMOpen JavaTMOpenPlatformwith
Platform JavaTMprofileIMPNG&CLDC1.1HI
SecuredatatransmissionviaHTTPS/SSL
Multithreadingprogrammingandmultiapplicationexecution

Majorbenefits:seamlessintegrationintoJavaapplications,easeofprogramming,noneedfor
applicationmicrocontroller,extremelycostefficienthardwareandsoftwaredesignanideal
platformforindustrialGSMapplications.

ThememoryspaceavailableforJavaprogramsisaround8MBintheflashfilesystemandaround6MB
ofRAM.ApplicationcodeanddatasharethespaceintheflashfilesystemandintheRAM.
MicrosoftTM
RILforPocketPCandSmartphone
compatibility
SIMApplication
SATRelease99
Toolkit
Firmwareupdate FirmwareupdatefromhostapplicationoverUSB.

Interfaces(dependingonmodels)

USB SupportsaUSB2.0HighSpeed(480Mbit/s)deviceinterface,FullSpeed(12Mbit/s)compliant
RS232(8wire) Adjustablebaudrates:1200bpsto921600bps
Autobauding:1200to230400bps
SupportsRTS/CTShardwareflowcontrol
MultiplexabilityaccordingtoGSM07.10MultiplexerProtocol

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RS232(4wire) Adjustablebaudrates:1200bpsto921600bps
Autobauding:1200to230400bps
SupportsRTS/CTShardwareflowcontrol
MultiplexabilityaccordingtoGSM07.10MultiplexerProtocol
RS485 Adjustablebaudrates:1200bpsto921600bps
Autobauding:1200to230400bps
Halfduplex
I2Cinterface SupportsI2Cserialinterfaceupto400kbps

GPIO Upto5GPIOlinesand6OptoisolatedI/Os

ADC Upto2analogtodigitalconverters

DAC 1digitaltoanalogconverter

Status BicolorLEDtoindicatenetworkconnectivitystatus.

UICCinterface Supportedchipcards:UICC/SIM/USIM3V,1.8V

Antenna 50Ohms.GSM/UMTSmainantenna

Poweron/off,Reset
Poweron/off Automaticswitchonatpowersupply
SwitchoffbyATcommand
SwitchoffbyhardwaresignalTURN_OFF
Automaticswitchoffincaseofcriticaltemperatureorvoltageconditions
SoftwareReset OrderlyshutdownandresetbyATcommand
HardwareReset EmergencyresetbyhardwaresignalTURN_OFF

Specialfeatures
Antenna SAIC(SingleAntennaInterferenceCancellation)/DARP(DownlinkAdvancedReceiverPerformance)
RxDiversity(receivertype3i64QAM)/MIMO

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1.6.2 Operating modes

The table below briefly summarizes the various operating modes referred to in the following
chapters.

Limits Function
Normaloperation GSM/GPRS/ Powersavingautomaticallyactivatedwhennocallsareinprogress,the
UMTS/HSPASLEEP USBconnectionissuspendedbythehostornotpresent,andthereisno
activecommunicationviaASC0
GSM/GPRS/UMTS PowersavingisdisabledifaUSBconnectionisnotsuspended,butnocall
/HSPAIDLE isinprogress.

GSMTALK/GSM Connectionbetweentwosubscribersisinprogress.Powerconsumption
DATA dependsontheGSMnetworkcoverageandseveralconnectionsettings
(e.g.DTXoff/on,FR/EFR/HR,hoppingsequencesandantenna
connection).Thefollowingapplieswhenpoweristobemeasuredin
TALK_GSMmode:DTXoff,FRandnofrequencyhopping.
GPRSDATA GPRSdatatransferinprogress.Powerconsumptiondependsonnetwork
settings(e.g.powercontrollevel),uplink/downlinkdataratesand
GPRSconfiguration(e.g.usedmultislotsettings).
EGPRSDATA EGPRSdatatransferinprogress.Powerconsumptiondependson
network
settings(e.g.powercontrollevel),uplink/downlinkdataratesand
EGPRSconfiguration(e.g.usedmultislotsettings).
UMTSTALK/UMTS UMTSdatatransferinprogress.Powerconsumptiondependsonnetwork
DATA settings(e.g.TPCPattern)anddatatransferrate.
HSPADATA HSPAdatatransferinprogress.Powerconsumptiondependsonnetwork
settings(e.g.TPCPattern)anddatatransferrate.
Sleepmode Normalshutdownaftersendingthepowerdowncommand.TheinternalGSMengineentersina
powerdownmodewhereonlyavoltageregulatorisactiveforpoweringtheinternalRTC.
Softwareisnotactive.Interfacesarenotaccessible.
UltraLowPower OnlyavailableinMTX3GJAVAULPdevicess.Alltheelectronicsystemsremaindisconnected
mode fromthepowersupplyinput,withtheexceptionofalittlepieceoflogicwhichallowsforwaking
uptheunitagain.
Airplanemode Airplanemodeshutsdowntheradiopartofthedevice,causesthemodemtologofffromthe
GSM/GPRSnetwork,anddisablesallATcommandswhoseexecutionrequiresaradioconnection.
AirplanemodecanbecontrolledbyATcommand

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1.6.3 Power Consumption

Itisrecommendtouse12V/1.5Apowersupply.

Description Conditions Typical Unit


IIN1 ULPmodesupply UltraLowPowerMode 2.5 A
current
Sleepmodesupply InternalGSMmodulepowereddown 7 mA
current
Average IDLE(UARTactivatedbutno USBdisconnected 11 mA
GSM/GPRSsupply communication)@DRX=2 USBactive 12 mA
current GPRSDatatransfer ROPR=4(max.reduction) 67 mA
GSM850/900;PCL=5;1Tx/4Rx ROPR=0(noreduction)
GPRSDatatransfer ROPR=4(max.reduction) 84.5 mA
GSM850/900;PCL=5;2Tx/3Rx ROPR=0(noreduction) 115 mA
GPRSDatatransfer ROPR=4(max.reduction) 90 mA
GSM850/900;PCL=5;4Tx/1Rx ROPR=0(noreduction) 205 mA
EDGEDatatransfer ROPR=4(max.reduction) 50 mA
GSM850/900;PCL=5;1Tx/4Rx ROPR=0(noreduction)
EDGEDatatransfer ROPR=4(max.reduction) 64.5 mA
GSM850/900;PCL=5;2Tx/3Rx ROPR=0(noreduction) 81 mA
EDGEDatatransfer ROPR=4(max.reduction) 97 mA
GSM850/900;PCL=5;4Tx/1Rx ROPR=0(noreduction) 136 mA
GPRSDatatransfer ROPR=4(max.reduction) 52 mA
GSM1800/1900;PCL=0;1Tx/4Rx ROPR=0(noreduction)
GPRSDatatransfer ROPR=4(max.reduction) 57 mA
GSM1800/1900;PCL=0;2Tx/3Rx ROPR=0(noreduction) 85 mA
GPRSDatatransfer ROPR=4(max.reduction) 67 mA
GSM1800/1900;PCL=0;4Tx/1Rx ROPR=0(noreduction) 145 mA
EDGEDatatransfer ROPR=4(max.reduction) 45 mA
GSM1800/1900;PCL=0;1Tx/4Rx ROPR=0(noreduction)
EDGEDatatransfer ROPR=4(max.reduction) 62 mA
GSM1800/1900;PCL=0;2Tx/3Rx ROPR=0(noreduction) 70 mA
EDGEDatatransfer ROPR=4(max.reduction) 95 mA
GSM1800/1900;PCL=0;4Tx/1Rx ROPR=0(noreduction) 115 mA
AverageWCDMA IDLE(UARTactivatedbutno USBdisconnected 10 mA
supplycurrent communication)@DRX=6 USBactive 16 mA
supplycurrent UMTSDatatransferBandI@23dBm 132 mA
UMTSDatatransferBandII@23dBm 150 mA
UMTSDatatransferBandV/VI@23dBm 150 mA
UMTSDatatransferBandVIII@23dBm 152 mA
HSPADatatransferBandI@23dBm 132 mA
HSPADatatransferBandII@23dBm 150 mA
HSPADatatransferBandV/VI@23dBm 150 mA
HSPADatatransferBandVIII@23dBm 152 mA

1. WithanimpedanceofZLOAD=50Ohmattheantennaport.
2. Measurementsstart6minutesafterswitchingONthemodules
Averagetimes:SLEEPandULPmode3minutes,transfermodes1.5minutes
Communicationtestersettings:noneighborcells,nocellreselectionetc.,RMC(referencemeasurementchannel)


Description Conditions Typ Max Unit
ULPmodesupply TA=25C 2.5 5 A
current TA=85C 8.5 34 A

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1.6.4 RF antenna interface description

ThetablebelowbrieflysummarizestheRFAntennainterfaceGSM/UMTS

Parameter Conditions Min. Typical Max. Unit


UMTS/HSPAconnectivity BandI,II,V,VI,VIII
ReceiverInputSensitivity@ARP UMTS800/850BandVI/V 104.7/ 110 dBm
106.7
UMTS900BandVIII 103.7 110 dBm
UMTS1900BandII 104.7 109 dBm
UMTS2100BandI 106.7 110 dBm
RFPower@ARPwith50OhmLoad UMTS800/850BandVI/V 21 24 25 dBm
UMTS900BandVIII 21 24 25 dBm
UMTS1800BandIII 21 24 25 dBm
UMTS2100BandI 21 24 25 dBm
GPRScodingschemes Class12,CS1toCS4
EGPRS Class12,MCS1toMCS9
GSMClass SmallMS
StaticReceiverInputSensitivity@ GSM850/EGSM900 102 109 dBm
ARP GSM1800/GSM1900 102 108 dBm
RFPower@ARP GSM GSM850/EGSM900 33 dBm
with50OhmLoad GSM1800/GSM1900 30 dBm
RFPower@ARP GPRS,1TX GSM850/EGSM900 33 dBm
with50OhmLoad, GSM1800/GSM1900 30 dBm
(ROPR=0,i.e.no
reduction) EDGE,1TX GSM850/EGSM900 27 dBm
GSM1800/GSM1900 26 dBm
GPRS,2TX GSM850/EGSM900 33 dBm
GSM1800/GSM1900 30 dBm
EDGE,2TX GSM850/EGSM900 27 dBm
GSM1800/GSM1900 26 dBm
GPRS,3TX GSM850/EGSM900 33 dBm
GSM1800/GSM1900 30 dBm
EDGE,3TX GSM850/EGSM900 27 dBm
GSM1800/GSM1900 26 dBm
GPRS,4TX GSM850/EGSM900 33 dBm
GSM1800/GSM1900 30 dBm
EDGE,4TX GSM850/EGSM900 27 dBm
GSM1800/GSM1900 26 dBm
RFPower@ARP GPRS,1TX GSM850/EGSM900 33 dBm
with50OhmLoad, GSM1800/GSM1900 30 dBm
(ROPR=1)
EDGE,1TX GSM850/EGSM900 27 dBm
GSM1800/GSM1900 26 dBm
GPRS,2TX GSM850/EGSM900 33 dBm
GSM1800/GSM1900 30 dBm
EDGE,2TX GSM850/EGSM900 27 dBm
GSM1800/GSM1900 26 dBm

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GPRS,3TX GSM850/EGSM900 33 dBm


GSM1800/GSM1900 30 dBm
EDGE,3TX GSM850/EGSM900 27 dBm
GSM1800/GSM1900 26 dBm
GPRS,4TX GSM850/EGSM900 31 dBm
GSM1800/GSM1900 28 dBm
EDGE,4TX GSM850/EGSM900 27 dBm
GSM1800/GSM1900 26 dBm
RFPower@ARP GPRS,1TX GSM850/EGSM900 33 dBm
with50OhmLoad, GSM1800/GSM1900 30 dBm
(ROPR=2)
EDGE,1TX GSM850/EGSM900 27 dBm
GSM1800/GSM1900 26 dBm
GPRS,2TX GSM850/EGSM900 33 dBm
GSM1800/GSM1900 30 dBm
EDGE,2TX GSM850/EGSM900 27 dBm
GSM1800/GSM1900 26 dBm
GPRS,3TX GSM850/EGSM900 33 dBm
GSM1800/GSM1900 30 dBm
EDGE,3TX GSM850/EGSM900 27 dBm
GSM1800/GSM1900 26 dBm
GPRS,4TX GSM850/EGSM900 29 dBm
GSM1800/GSM1900 26 dBm
EDGE,4TX GSM850/EGSM900 27 dBm
GSM1800/GSM1900 26 dBm
RFPower@ARP GPRS,1TX GSM850/EGSM900 33 dBm
with50OhmLoad,
GSM1800/GSM1900 30 dBm
(ROPR=3)
EDGE,1TX GSM850/EGSM900 27 dBm
GSM1800/GSM1900 26 dBm
GPRS,2TX GSM850/EGSM900 33 dBm
GSM1800/GSM1900 30 dBm
EDGE,2TX GSM850/EGSM900 27 dBm
GSM1800/GSM1900 26 dBm
GPRS,3TX GSM850/EGSM900 33 dBm
GSM1800/GSM1900 30 dBm
EDGE,3TX GSM850/EGSM900 27 dBm
GSM1800/GSM1900 26 dBm
GPRS,4TX GSM850/EGSM900 27 dBm
GSM1800/GSM1900 24 dBm
EDGE,4TX GSM850/EGSM900 27 dBm
GSM1800/GSM1900 24 dBm
RFPower@ARP GPRS,1TX GSM850/EGSM900 33 dBm
with50OhmLoad, GSM1800/GSM1900 30 dBm
(ROPR=4,i.e.
maximumreduction) EDGE,1TX GSM850/EGSM900 27 dBm
GSM1800/GSM1900 26 dBm
GPRS,2TX GSM850/EGSM900 30 dBm

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GSM1800/GSM1900 27 dBm
EDGE,2TX GSM850/EGSM900 24 dBm
GSM1800/GSM1900 23 dBm
GPRS,3TX GSM850/EGSM900 28.2 dBm
GSM1800/GSM1900 25.2 dBm
EDGE,3TX GSM850/EGSM900 22.2 dBm
GSM1800/GSM1900 21.2 dBm
GPRS,4TX GSM850/EGSM900 27 dBm
GSM1800/GSM1900 24 dBm
EDGE,4TX GSM850/EGSM900 21 dBm
GSM1800/GSM1900 20 dBm

1.6.5 SIM Card

The MTX3GJAVA supports an external SIM card through the integrated SIM holder. Both 3V and
1.8VSIMtechnologyissupported.Older5VSIMtechnologyisnotsupported.

1.7 Precautions
MTX3GJAVA as a standalone item is designed for indoor use only. For outdoor use it must be
integratedintoaweatherproofenclosure.Donotexceedtheenvironmentalandelectricallimitsas
specifiedinTechnicalData

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1.8 Block diagram


1.8.1 Base MTX3GJAVA

ThebaseMTX3GJAVAmodemsblockdiagramisshowninthefollowingfigure:
UMTS/GSM LEDsignaling
Antenna
FMEM
SIMCard
Reader

External
RJ11
power Power Cinterion EHS6UMTSCellular MiniUSB
6.540VDC M2Mmodule USB2.0
High Speed

8wireRS232
DB9
(ASC0)
GPIO
4wire
RS232
ADC/DAC (ASC1)

Analog Analog
I2C VREF
GPIO out in
DB15(I/Oexpansion port)

1.8.2 RS485 models

TheMTX3GJAVARS485modemsblockdiagramisshowninthefollowingfigure:
UMTS/GSM LEDsignaling
Antenna
FMEM
SIMCard
Reader

External
Plugin power Power Cinterion EHS6UMTSCellular MiniUSB
5way 6.540VDC M2Mmodule USB2.0
High Speed
terminal
block RS485(ASC1)

GPIO
4wire
RS232
ADC/DAC (ASC0)

Analog I2C VREF


Opto I/O in
DB15(I/Oexpansion port)

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1.8.3 ULP models

TheMTX3GJAVAULPmodemsblockdiagramisshowninthefollowingfigure:

1.8.4 All other models

ThegeneralMTX3GJAVAfamilyblockdiagramisshowninthefollowingfigure:

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1.9 Hardware revisions


BaseMTX3GJAVAandMTX3GJAVAULPmodels
HardwareRevision Startingproductiondate Changes

2.03 01/2014 Initialversion

BaseMTX3GJAVARS485models
HardwareRevision Startingproductiondate Changes

1.02 01/2014 Initialversion

Allothermodels
HardwareRevision Startingproductiondate Changes

5.02 01/2014 Initialversion

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2. Mechanical description

2.1 MTX3GJAVA model and ULP models


2.1.1 Overview

Thepicturesbelowshowthemechanicaldesignoftheunitalongwiththepositionsofthedifferent
connectorsandmountingholes.ThedevicecaseismadeofdurablePC/ABSplastic.

BicolorLedIndicator

SIMCardReader

AntennaConnector

DB15connector

DB9connector

Mountingholes

MiniUSB2.0Connector

PowerSupplyConnector

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2.1.2 Dimensions

Alldimensionsareinmillimeters

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2.2 MTX3GJAVARS485 models


2.2.1 Overview

Thepicturesbelowshowthemechanicaldesignoftheunitalongwiththepositionsofthedifferent
connectorsandmountingholes.ThemodemcaseismadeofdurablePC/ABSplastic.

BicolorLedIndicator

SIMCardReader

AntennaConnector

DB15connector

Mountingholes

MiniUSB2.0Connector

PowerSupply&RS485Connector

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2.2.2 Dimensions

Alldimensionsareinmillimeters

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2.3 All other models


2.3.1 Overview

Thepicturesbelowshowthemechanicaldesignoftheunitalongwiththepositionsofthedifferent
connectorsandmountingholes.ThedevicecaseismadeofdurablePC/ABSplastic.

BicolorLedIndicator

SIMCardReader

AntennaConnector

DB15connector

Mountingholes

MiniUSB2.0Connector

GPSorRFantennaconnector

PowerSupplyconnector

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2.3.2 Dimensions

Alldimensionsareinmillimeters

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3. Electrical and environmental characteristics

3.1 Electrical specifications


3.1.1 Power supply

ABSOLUTEMAXIMUMRATINGS
Symbol Parameter Conditions Min. Max. Unit
VIN Supplyvoltage AllmodelsexceptULPdevices 0 45 V
VIN Supplyvoltage AllULPdevices 0 10 V

CHARACTERISTICS
Symbol Parameter Conditions Min. Typ. Max. Unit
VIN Supplyvoltaje Maximum 6.5 40 V
(allmodelsexceptULP)
Recommended 7 35 V
VIN Supplyvoltaje Maximum 6 10 V
(allULPdevices) Recommended 6.5 7.2 9.5 V
IIN Supplycurrent * A
Efficiency VIN=12V,IIN=2A,25C 80 %
fO SwitchingFrequency 127 150 173 kHz

*Seesection1.6.3

3.1.2 RS232 interface

ABSOLUTEMAXIMUMRATINGS
Symbol Parameter Conditions Min. Max. Unit
VI Inputvoltagerange Drivers 0.3 6 V
Receivers 25 25 V
VO Outputvoltagerange Drivers 13.2 13.2 V
Receivers 0.3 5 V
Electrostaticdischarge Humanbodymodel 2 kV

CHARACTERISTICS
Symbol Parameter Conditions Min. Typ. Max. Unit
VOH Driverhighleveloutputvoltage RL=3ktoGND 5 5.4 V
VOL Driverlowleveloutputvoltage RL=3ktoGND 5 5.4 V

ro Driveroutputresistance VIN=0V 300 10M


VIT+ Receiverpositivegoinginput 1.5 2.4 V
thresholdvoltage
VIT Receivernegativegoinginput 0.6 1.2 V
thresholdvoltage
Vhys Receiverinputhysteresis(VIT+VIT) 0.3 V
ri Receiverinputresistance Inputvoltage3to25V 3 5 7 k

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3.1.3 RS485 interface

ABSOLUTEMAXIMUMRATINGS
Symbol Parameter Conditions Min. Max. Unit
VI Voltageinputrange, 50 V
transientpulse,AandB,
through100
IO Receiveroutputcurrent 11 mA
Electrostaticdischarge Humanbodymodel 16 kV
Chrageddevicemodel 1 kV

CHARACTERISTICS
Symbol Parameter Conditions Min. Typ. Max. Unit
|VOD| Driverdifferentialoutputvoltage IO=0 2 3 V
RL=54k 5 5.4 V

C(OD) Driverdifferentialoutput VOD=0.4sin(4Et)+0.5V 16 pF


capacitance
IOS Drivershortcircuitoutputcurrent 250 +250 mA
VIT+ Receiverpositivegoinginput IO=8mA 0.065 0.01 V
thresholdvoltage
VIT Receivernegativegoinginput IO=8mA 0.2 0.1 V
thresholdvoltage
Vhys Receiverinputhysteresis(VIT+VIT) 35 mV
C(ID) Receiverdifferentialinput VOD=0.4sin(4Et)+0.5V 15 pF
capacitance

3.1.4 I2C interface

ABSOLUTEMAXIMUMRATINGS
Symbol Parameter Conditions Min. Max. Unit
VI Inputvoltagerange 0.5 +6.5 V

IO Continuousoutput 50 mA
current
IIK Inputclampcurrent VI<0V 50 mA
IOK Outputclampcurrent VO<0V 50 mA
SCLK Clockfrequency VI<0V 100 kHz
frequency

CHARACTERISTICS
Symbol Parameter Conditions Min. Typ. Max. Unit
VIH Highlevelinputvoltage 2.6 3 V
VIL Lowlevelinputvoltage 0 0.15 V
VOH Highleveloutputvoltage 2.01 V
VOL Lowleveloutputvoltage 0.4 V
CIO Input/Outputcapacitance TA=25C 6 pF
40to85C 7.5 pF

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3.1.5 GPIO

ABSOLUTEMAXIMUMRATINGS
Symbol Parameter Conditions Min. Max. Unit
VI Inputvoltagerange 0.5 3.5 V

VO Outputvoltagerange 0.5 3.5 V


IIK Inputclampcurrent VI<0V 20 mA
IOK Outputclampcurrent VO<0V 20 mA
IIOK Input/Outputclamp VO<0VorVO>3V 20 mA
current
IOL Continousoutputlow VO=0Vto3V 50 mA
current
IOH Continousoutputhigh VO=0Vto3V 50 mA
current

CHARACTERISTICS
Symbol Parameter Conditions Min. Typ. Max. Unit
VIH Highlevelinputvoltage 2.1 5.5 V
VIL Lowlevelinputvoltage 0.5 0.9 V
IOH Highleveloutputcurrent 10 mA
IOL Lowleveloutputcurrent 25 mA
VOH Highleveloutputvoltage IOH=10mA 2.5 V
CIO Input/Outputcapacitance VIO=3VorGND 3.7 9.5 pF

3.1.6 Optoisolated Input/Output

ABSOLUTEMAXIMUMRATINGS(TCMD4000OPTOCOUPLER)
Symbol Parameter Conditions Min. Max. Unit
Input
VR Reversevoltage 6 V

I F Forwardcurrent 60 mA
IFSM Forwardsurgecurrent 1.5 A
Pdiss Powerdissipation 100 mW

Output
VCEO Collectoremittervoltage 35 V

VECO Emittercollectorvoltage 7 V
IC Collectorcurrent 80 mA
ICM Collectorpeakcurrent tP/T=0.5,tP10ms 100 mA
Pdiss Powerdissipation 150 mW
Coupler
VISO ACisolationtestvoltage 3750 VRMS
(RMS)
Ptot Totalpowerdissipation 250 mW

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CHARACTERISTICS(TCMD4000OPTOCOUPLER)
Symbol Parameter Conditions Min. Typ. Max. Unit
Input
VF Forwardvoltage IF=50mA 1.25 1.6 V
Cj Junctioncapacitance VR=0V,f=1MHz 50 pF
Output
VCEO Collectoremittervoltage IC=100A 35 V
VECO Emittercollectorvoltage IE=100A 7 V
ICEO Collectordarkcurrent VCE=10V,IF=0 100 nA
Coupler
VCEsat Collectoremittersaturationvoltage IF=20mA,IC=5mA 1 V
fc Cutofffrequency IF=10mA,VCE=5V,RL=100 10 kHz
Ck Couplingcapacitance f=1MHz 0.3 pF
IC/IF Currenttransferratio VCE=2V,IF=1mA 600 800 %
tr Risetime VCE=2V,IF=1mA,RL=100 300 s
toff Turnofftime VCE=2V,IF=1mA,RL=100 250 s

PleaseseeequivalentcircuitsinSection4.4.5toviewvoltageinput/outputrangesanddetermine
operatingconditionsineachcase.

3.1.7 Analog Input/Output

ABSOLUTEMAXIMUMRATINGS
Symbol Parameter Conditions Min. Max. Unit
VI Inputvoltage 0.5 3.5 V
II Inputcurrent 10 mA
IO Outputcurrent 20 mA
Electrostaticdischarge Humanbodymodel 3000 V
Machinemodel 300 V
POUT DACoutputpower 100 mW
dissipation

CHARACTERISTICS
Symbol Parameter Conditions Min. Typ. Max. Unit
Voa Analogoutputvoltagerange Noresistiveload 0 3 V
RL=10k 0 2.7 V
EO DACOffseterror TA=25C 50 mV
EL DACLinearityerror 1.5 LSB
EG DACGainerror Noresistiveload 1 %
ts(DAC) DACsettlingtime ToLSBfullscale 90 s
fc(DAC) DACconversionfrequency 11.1 kHz
Via Analoginputvoltagerange 0 3 V
ILIA Analoginputleakagecurrent 100 nA
CI(a) Analoginputcapacitance 10 pF
EO ADCOffseterror TA=25C 20 mV
EL ADCLinearityerror 1.5 LSB
EG ADCGainerror 1 %
Smallsignal;Vi=16LSB 5 %
CMRR ADCCommonModeRejectionRatio 60 dB
fc(ADC) ADCconversionfrequency 50 kHz
NBITS ADC&DACconverterbitsnumber 8 8 8 bits

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3.2 Operating temperatures


Pleasenotethatthemodemslifetime,i.e.,theMTTF(meantimetofailure)maybereducedif
operatedoutsidetheextendedtemperaturerange.

Parameter Min Typ Max Unit


Normaloperation 30 +25 +85 C
Extendedoperation1 40 +90 C
Automaticshutdown2 <40 >+90 C

1. Extendedoperationallowsnormalmodespeechcallsordatatransmissionsforalimitedtime
untiltheautomaticthermalshutdownmodetakeseffect.Withintheextendedtemperature
range(outsidetheoperatingtemperaturerange)thespecifiedelectricalcharacteristicsmay
beincreasedordecreased.
2. Due to uncertainty in temperature measurement, a tolerance of 3C on the stated
shutdownthresholdsmayoccur.

Note that within the specified operating temperature ranges the unit temperature may vary to a
great extent depending on the operating mode, used frequency band, radio output power and
currentsupplyvoltage.

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3.3 Storage conditions


Theconditionsstatedbelowareonlyvalidformodemsintheiroriginalpackedstateinweather
protected,nontemperaturecontrolledstoragelocations.Normalstoragetimeunderthese
conditionsisamaximumof12months.Theunitswillbedeliveredinapackagingthatmeetsthe
requirementsaccordingIPD/JEDECJSTD033B.1forLowTemperatureCarriers.

Type Condition Unit Reference


Airtemperature:Low 30 C ETS30001921:T1.2,IEC6006821Ab
High +75 ETS30001921:T1.2,IEC6006822Db
Relativehumidity:Low 10 %
High 90at30C ETS30001921:T1.2,IEC60068256Cb
Condensation 90100at30C ETS30001921:T1.2,IEC60068230Db
Airpressure:Low 70 kPa IECTR6027131:1K4
High 106 IECTR6027131:1K4
Movementofsurroundingair 1.0 m/s IECTR6027131:1K4
Water:rain,dripping,icingand Notallowed
frosting
Radiation:Solar 1120 W/m2 ETS30001921:T1.2,IEC6006822Bb
Heat 600 ETS30001921:T1.2,IEC6006822Bb
Chemicallyactivesubstances Notrecommended IECTR6027131:1C1L
Mechanicallyactivesubstances Notrecommended IECTR6027131:1S1
Sinusoidalvibration: IECTR6027131:1M2
Displacement 1.5 mm
Acceleration 5 m/s2
Frequencyrange 299200 Hz
Shocks: IEC60068227Ea
Shockspectrum semisinusoidal
Duration 1 ms
Acceleration 50 m/s2

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4. Interface description

All electrical connections to the modem are protected in compliance with the standard air and
contactElectrostaticDischarge(ESD).

Themodemfamilyusesthefollowingindustrystandardconnectors:
USBminiconnector
DB9female(mainRS232port)
DB15female(mainRS232and/orI/Oexpansionconnector)
RJ116way(powersupplyconnector)
5waypluginterminalblock(powersupplyandRS485bus)
SIMcardreader
FMEmalecoaxialjack(antennaconnector)
SMAfemalecoaxialjack(GPS/GNSSantennaconnector)orotherRFoptions

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4.1 Power supply connector


Dependingonthespecificmodemyouareusing,youwilldisposeofoneoftheconnectorsdescribed
inthesectionsbelow.Pleasereadthemcarefully.

4.1.1 RJ11 (base MTX3GJAVA)

An RJ11 6way connector, as shown and described below, serves as a means of supplying and
controllingDCpowertothemodem.

The power supply voltage (VCC) required by the modem is in the range of 6.5 to 40VDC. We
recommenda12VDCpowersupply.Thepowersupplyhastobeasinglevoltagesourcecapableof
providingacurrentpeakduringanactivetransmission.Theuplinkburstcausesstrongripples(drop)
onthepowerlines.

Bydefault,theMTX3GJAVAwillautomaticallyswitchonwhenpowersupplyisappliedatPIN1and
PIN6.

Pin Signal Direction Limits Description


1 VIN Input 6.540VDC Positivepowerinput
2 Notconnected Reservedforfutureuses
Activehighcontrollineusedtoswitchofforresetthemodem
3 TURN_OFF Input Vmax:VIN VIH>5V,VIL<2V
Poweroff:t>10ms
4 Notconnected Reservedforfutureuses
5 Notconnected Reservedforfutureuses
6 GND Input Negativepower(ground)

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4.1.2 5 way plugin terminal block (RS485 models)

A 5 way plugin terminal block connector shared with RS485 bus, as shown and described below,
suppliesandcontrolstheD.C.powertothemodem.

Thesupplyvoltage,VCC,requiredbythemodemisintherangeof6.5to40VDC.Werecommenda
12VDCpowersupply.Thepowersupplyhastobeasinglevoltagesourcecapableofprovidingapeak
duringanactivetransmission.Theuplinkburstcausesstrongripples(drop)onthepowerlines.

Bydefault,theMTX3GJAVARS485willautomaticallyswitchonwhenpowersupplyisappliedatPIN
4andPIN5.


Pin Signal Direction Limits Description
1 RxB I/O RS485Bsignal(seesection4.5fordetails)
2 +RxA I/O RS485Asignal(seesection4.5fordetails)
3 AUTOON Input 0VIN AutomaticRestartafterShutdownEnableSignal
4 VIN Input 6.540VDC Positivepowerinput
5 GND Input Negativepower(ground)

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4.1.3 RJ11 (ULP models)

An RJ11 6way connector, as shown and described below, serves as a means of supplying and
controllingDCpowertothemodem.

The power supply voltage (VCC) required by the modem is in the range of 6.5 to 10VDC (9.8 to
13.9VDCcanbeordereduponrequest).Thepowersupplyhastobeasinglevoltagesourcecapable
of providing a current peak during an active transmission. The uplink burst causes strong ripples
(drop)onthepowerlines.

ApplicationofthepowersupplyvoltagetoPIN1doesnotswitchthemodemonbydefault.Theuser
hastousewhateverwakeupsourceoncethemodemispowered.

Pin Signal Direction Limits Description


6.510VDC
1 VIN Input Positivepowerinput
7.2typ.
2 Wakeup1(GPIO6) Input 0VIN Optoisolatedwakeupactivelowinputsignal
3 Wakeup2(GPIO7) Input 0VIN Optoisolatedwakeupactivelowinputsignal
Optoisolatedwakeupactivehighinputsignal(VIHmin3V,
4 Wakeup3(GPIO8) Input 0VIN
maxVIN)
Optoisolatedwakeupactivehighinputsignal(VIHmin3V,
5 Wakeup4(GPIO9) Input 0VIN
maxVIN)
6 GND Input Negativepower(ground)

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4.1.4 RJ11 (all other models)

An RJ11 6way connector, as shown and described below, serves as a means of supplying and
controllingDCpowertothemodem.

The power supply voltage (VCC) required by the modem is in the range of 6.5 to 40VDC. We
recommenda12VDCpowersupply.Thepowersupplyhastobeasinglevoltagesourcecapableof
providingacurrentpeakduringanactivetransmission.Theuplinkburstcausesstrongripples(drop)
onthepowerlines.

By default, MTX3GJAVA devices are shipped to automatically switch on only with supply at PIN 1
andPIN6.IfyoudisabletheAutomaticpowerupfeatureyouwillneedtousetheadditionalactive
lowcontrolsignalTURN_ON,whichmustbeappliedforatimeof0.2secondsorgreater.

Pin Signal Direction Limits Description


1 VIN Input 6.540VDC Positivepowerinput
OptoisolatedoutputGPIO6+RedLED
2 OUT4 Output Vmax:VIN Logic0:HiZ
Logic1:Active=VIN0.2
Optoisolatedactivelowcontrollineusedtoswitchoffor
3 TURN_OFF Input 0VIN resetthemodem
Poweroff:t>10ms
Optoisolatedactivelowcontrollineusedtoswitchonthe
4 TURN_ON Input 0VIN modem(onlywhenautomaticrestartisdisabled)
Poweron:t>0.4s
OptoisolatedinputGPIO5
5 IN4 Input 0VIN
7toVIN:logic0
6 GND Input Negativepower(ground)

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4.2 Mini USB connector


TheMTX3G.JAVAsupportsaUSB2.0HighSpeed(480Mbit/s)deviceinterface.TheUSBinterfaceis
primarilyintendedforuseasacommandanddatainterfaceandfordownloadingfirmware.TheUSB
I/Opinsarecapableofdrivingthesignalataminimumof3.0V.Theyare5VI/Ocompliant.

TheUSBporthasdifferentfunctionsdependingonwhetherJavaisrunningornot.WithJava,the
linesmaybeusedfordebuggingpurposes.IfJavaisnotused,theUSBinterfaceisavailableasa
commandanddatainterfaceandfordownloadingfirmware.

To properly connect the modules USB interface to the host, a USB 2.0 compatible connector is
required. Furthermore, the USB modem driver which is delivered with MTX3GJAVA must be
installedasdescribedbelow.

The USB host is responsible for supplying power across the VUSB_IN line to the modules USB
interface. This is because MTX3GJAVA is designed as a self powered device compliant with the
UniversalSerialBusSpecificationRevision2.0.

The MTX3GJAVA cannot be powered by a USB port. If you need this feature, contact
gsmsupport@matrix.es.OnlymodemsthathaveamountedinternalLiPobattery(BAT)canoperate
withUSBpowervoltage.

TherearedriversavailableforWindowsandLinuxenvironmentapplications.VisittheMTX3GJAVA
webpageatwww.mtxm2ms.com.

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4.3 DB9 connector: main RS232 port


Applicablemodels:

25
BAT

US
C
L PGP
T

00
L PW
S485
485

GPSB

C2 5

WMB
EE
WC5
GPS

WIFI
AT
PS

LP

8
0
LE
B
BT
ARS

6
0
VAW
VAU
VAU
VAU
VAG
VAR

VAB

VAB
VAX
VA8
VA9
AVA
AVA

AVA
AVA

AVA
AVA
AVA

V
3G JA
3G JA
3G JA
3G JA

3G JA
3G JA
3G JA
3G JA

3G JA
3G JA
3G JA
3G JA
3G J

3G J
3G J

3G J
3G J

3G J
3G J
MT X
MT X
MT X
MT X

MT X
MT X
MT X
MT X

MT X
MT X
MT X
MT X
MT X

MT X
MT X

MT X
MT X

MT X
MT X
X X X X


The modem supports a standard RS232 8wire serial interface (EIA/TIA 574) via its 9 pin SubD
connector, shown below. It is connected to the modems ASC0 main port using a level shifter
converter.


The MTX3GJAVA modem is designed to be used as a DCE (data circuitterminating equipment).
BasedontheconventionsforDCEDTEconnections,itcommunicateswiththecustomerapplication
(DTEdataterminatingequipment)usingthefollowingsignals:
PortTxD@applicationsendsdatatoTXDofMTX3GJAVATerminal
PortRxD@applicationreceivesdatafromRXDofMTX3GJAVATerminal

TheRS232interfaceisimplementedasaserialasynchronoustransmitterandreceiverconformingto
ITUTV.24InterchangeCircuitsDCE.Itisconfiguredfor8databits,noparityand1stopbitandcan
beoperatedatfixedbitratesfrom1200bpsto921600bps.

Autobauding supports bit rates from 1200bps to 230400bps. Autobauding is not compatible with
multiplexmode.Hardwarehandshakeusingthe/RTSand/CTSsignalsandXON/XOFFsoftwareflow
controlaresupported.

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Inaddition,themodemcontrolsignalsDTR,DSR,DCDandRINGareavailable.TheMODEMcontrol
RING signal (Ring Indication) can be used to indicate, to the cellular device application, that an
incomingcallorUnsolicitedResultCode(URC)isreceived.Itcanalsobeusedtosendpulsestothe
hostapplication;forexample,towaketheapplicationupfromthepowersavingmode.

TheDB9connectorpinoutisshowninthetablebelow:

Pin Signal Direction Description

1 DCD Output Datacarrierdetected

2 RD0 Output Receiveddata

3 TD0 Input Transmitteddata

4 DTR Input Dataterminalready

5 GND Groundconnection
6 DSR Output Datasetready
7 RTS Input Requesttosend

8 CTS Output Cleartosend

9 RI Output Ringindicator

Features

IncludesthedatalinesTXD0andRXD0,thestatuslinesRTS0andCTS0andalsothemodem
controllinesDTR0,DSR0,DCD0andRING0.
ASC0isprimarilydesignedforcontrollingvoicecalls,transferringCSD,faxandGPRSdataand
forcontrollingtheGSMenginewithATcommands.
FullMultiplexcapabilityallowstheinterfacetobepartitionedintothreevirtualchannels,but
withCSDandfaxservicesonlyavailableonthefirstlogicalchannel.Pleasenotethatwhen
theASC0interfacerunsinMultiplexmode,ASC1cannotbeused.
TheDTR0signalwillonlybepolledoncepersecondfromtheinternalfirmwareofMTX3G
JAVA.
The RING0 signal serves to indicate incoming calls and other types of URCs (Unsolicited
ResultCode).Itcanalsobeusedtosendpulsestothehostapplication;forexample,towake
the application up from the power saving mode. To configure the RING0 line, use the
followingATCommand:AT^SCFG.
Thedefaultconfigurationis8databits,noparityand1stopbit.Thesettingcanbechanged
usingtheATcommandAT+ICFand,ifrequired,AT^STPB.
ASC0canbeoperatedatfixedbitratesfrom1200bpsto921600bps.
ThedefaultserialspeedforMTX3GJAVAis115200bps.

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4.4 DB15 connector: I/O expansion port


4.4.1 Connector pinouts

Depending on the specific modem you are using, the DB15 connector pinout will be different and
therewillbedifferentresourcesavailableonit.

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Commonterminalsavailableinallmodels

Pin Signal Direction Description


1 I2CCLK Output I2Cclocksignal
2 DOM
3 DOM
4 DOM
5 DOM
6 I2CDAT I/O I2Cdataline
7 DOM
8 DOM
9 DOM

10 DOM
11 DOM
12 DOM
13 DOM
14 GND Groundconnection
15 ADC1 Input AnalogtoDigitalconverterinput1

DOM:dependingonmodel

BaseMTX3GJAVA

Pin Signal Direction Description


1 I2CCLK Output I2Cclocksignal
2 RD1 Output SecondaryRS232ASC1UARTsignal:Receiveddata
3 TD1 Input SecondaryRS232ASC1UARTsignal:Transmitteddata
4 GPIO1 I/O CMOSGeneralPurposeDigitalInput/Output1
5 GPIO3 I/O CMOSGeneralPurposeDigitalInput/Output3
6 I2CDAT I/O I2Cdataline
7 RTS1 Input SecondaryRS232ASC1UARTsignal:Requesttosend
8 CTS1 Output SecondaryRS232ASC1UARTsignal:Cleartosend
9 VEXT Output Outputvoltagereference(3V)
10 DAC_OUT Output DigitaltoAnalogconverter
11 GPIO2 I/O CMOSGeneralPurposeDigitalInput/Output2
12 GPIO4 I/O CMOSGeneralPurposeDigitalInput/Output4
13 ADC2 Input AnalogtoDigitalconverterinput2
14 GND Groundconnection
15 ADC1 Input AnalogtoDigitalconverterinput1

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ULPmodels

Pin Signal Direction Description

1 I2CCLK Output I2Cclocksignal


2 RD1 Output SecondaryRS232ASC1UARTsignal:Receiveddata

3 TD1 Input SecondaryRS232ASC1UARTsignal:Transmitteddata


4 GPIO1 I/O CMOSGeneralPurposeDigitalInput/Output1
5 GPIO3 I/O CMOSGeneralPurposeDigitalInput/Output3
6 I2CDAT I/O I2Cdataline
7 RTS1 Input SecondaryRS232ASC1UARTsignal:Requesttosend
8 CTS1 Output SecondaryRS232ASC1UARTsignal:Cleartosend
9 DAC_OUT Output DigitaltoAnalogconverter
10 VEXT Output Outputvoltagereference(3V)
11 GPIO2 I/O CMOSGeneralPurposeDigitalInput/Output2
12 GPIO4 I/O CMOSGeneralPurposeDigitalInput/Output4
13 GPIO10 I/O CMOSGeneralPurposeDigitalInput/Output10
14 GND Groundconnection
15 ADC1 Input AnalogtoDigitalconverterinput1

ULPGPSmodels


Pin Signal Direction Description
1 I2CCLK Output I2Cclocksignal
2 NC
3 NC
4 GPIO1 I/O CMOSGeneralPurposeDigitalInput/Output1
5 GPIO3 I/O CMOSGeneralPurposeDigitalInput/Output3
6 I2CDAT I/O I2Cdataline
7 NC
8 NC
9 VEXT Output Outputvoltagereference(3V)
10 DAC_OUT Output DigitaltoAnalogconverter
11 GPIO2 I/O CMOSGeneralPurposeDigitalInput/Output2
12 GPIO4 I/O CMOSGeneralPurposeDigitalInput/Output4
13 ADC2 Input AnalogtoDigitalconverterinput2
14 GND Groundconnection
15 ADC1 Input AnalogtoDigitalconverterinput1

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RS485models

Pin Signal Direction Description


1 I2CCLK Output I2Cclocksignal
2 RD0 Output MainRS232ASC0UARTsignal:Receiveddata
3 TD0 Input MainRS232ASC0UARTsignal:Transmitteddata
4 NC
5 OUT3 Output OptoisolatedoutputGPIO8(opencollector)
6 I2CDAT I/O I2Cdataline
7 RTS0 Input MainRS232ASC0UARTsignal:Requesttosend
8 CTS0 Output MainRS232ASC0UARTsignal:Cleartosend
9 IN10 Input OptoisolatedinputGPIO10
10 VEXT Output Outputvoltagereference(4.1V)
11 IN2 Input OptoisolatedinputGPIO7
12 OUT4 Output OptoisolatedoutputGPIO4(opencollector)
13 ADC2 Input AnalogtoDigitalconverterinput2

14 GND Groundconnection
15 ADC1 Input AnalogtoDigitalconverterinput1

GPSBTmodels

Pin Signal Direction Description


1 I2CCLK Output I2Cclocksignal
2 NC
3 NC
4 IO1(GPIO9) I/O CMOSGeneralPurposeDigitalInput/Output1
5 OUT2 Output OptoisolatedoutputGPIO8(opencollector)
6 I2CDAT I/O I2Cdataline
7 NC
8 NC
9 ADC2 Input AnalogtoDigitalconverterinput2
10 VEXT Output Outputvoltagereference(3.86V)
11 IN2 Input Optoisolatedinput2GPIO7
12 OUT3 Output OptoisolatedoutputGPIO4(opencollector)
13 IN3 Input Optoisolatedinput3GPIO10
14 GND Groundconnection
15 ADC1 Input AnalogtoDigitalconverterinput1

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Restofmodels

Pin Signal Direction Description


1 I2CCLK

Output I2Cclocksignal
2 RD0 Output MainRS232ASC0UARTsignal:Receiveddata
3 TD0 Input MainRS232ASC0UARTsignal:Transmitteddata
4 IO1(GPIO9) I/O CMOSGeneralPurposeDigitalInput/Output1
5 OUT2 Output OptoisolatedoutputGPIO8(opencollector)
6 I2CDAT I/O I2Cdataline
7 RTS0 Input MainRS232ASC0UARTsignal:Requesttosend
8 CTS0 Output MainRS232ASC0UARTsignal:Cleartosend
9 ADC2 Input AnalogtoDigitalconverterinput2
10 VEXT Output Outputvoltagereference(3.86V)
11 IN2 Input Optoisolatedinput2GPIO7
12 OUT3 Output OptoisolatedoutputGPIO4(opencollector)
13 IN3 Input Optoisolatedinput3GPIO10
14 GND Groundconnection
15 ADC1 Input AnalogtoDigitalconverterinput1

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4.4.2 RS232 interface

The modem supports a standard RS232 4wire serial interface (EIA/TIA 574) via its 15 pin SubD
connector,shownbelow.ThisinterfaceisconnectedtotheASC0portusingalevelshifterconverter,
exceptonthebaseMTX3GJAVAandMTX3GJAVAULP,whichuseanASC1portinsteadofASC0.

The MTX3GJAVA modem is designed to be used as a DCE (data circuitterminating equipment).


BasedontheconventionsforDCEDTEconnections,itcommunicateswiththecustomerapplication
(DTEdataterminatingequipment)usingthefollowingsignals:
PortTxD@applicationsendsdatatoMTX3GJAVATerminalsTD.
PortRxD@applicationreceivesdatafromMTX3GJAVATerminalsRD.

TheRS232interfaceisimplementedasaserialasynchronoustransmitterandreceiverconformingto
ITUTV.24InterchangeCircuitsDCE.Itisconfiguredfor8databits,noparityand1stopbitandcan
beoperatedatfixedbitratesfrom300bpsto460.8kbps.

Autobaudingsupportsbitratesfrom1.2kbpsto460.8kbps.Hardwarehandshakeusingthe/RTSand
/CTSsignalsandXON/XOFFsoftwareflowcontrolaresupported.

Theelectricalcharacteristicsoftheserialportsignalsareshownbelow:

Signal Direction Description

RD0 Output Receiveddata

TD0 Input Transmitteddata


GND Groundconnection

RTS Input Requesttosend

CTS Output Cleartosend

Features(ASC1)

IncludesdatalinesTD1andRD1(2wire/4wire)
IncludesthestatuslinesRTS0andCTS0andsupportshardwareflowcontrol(4wireonly)
OnASC1noRINGlineisavailable.TheindicationofURCsonthesecondinterfacedependson
thesettingsmadewiththeAT^SCFGcommand.
Configuredfor8databits,noparityand1or2stopbits.
ASC1 can be operated at fixed bit rates from 1200 bps to 921600 bps. Autobauding is not
supportedonASC1.

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Features(ASC0)

Includes the data lines TD0 and RD0, the status lines RTS0 and CTS0 and also the modem
controllinesDTR0,DSR0,DCD0andRING0.
ASC0isprimarilydesignedforcontrollingvoicecalls,transferringCSD,faxandGPRSdataand
forcontrollingtheGSMenginewithATcommands.
FullMultiplexcapabilityallowstheinterfacetobepartitionedintothreevirtualchannels,but
withCSDandfaxservicesonlyavailableonthefirstlogicalchannel.Pleasenotethatwhen
theASC0interfacerunsinMultiplexmode,ASC1cannotbeused.
TheDTR0signalwillonlybepolledoncepersecondfromtheinternalfirmwareofMTX3G
JAVA.
The RING0 signal serves to indicate incoming calls and other types of URCs (Unsolicited
ResultCode).Itcanalsobeusedtosendpulsestothehostapplication;forexample,towake
the application up from the power saving move. To configure the RING0 line, use the
followingATCommand:AT^SCFG.
Thedefaultconfigurationis8databits,noparityand1stopbit.Thesettingcanbechanged
usingtheATcommandAT+ICFand,ifrequired,AT^STPB.
ASC0canbeoperatedatfixedbitratesfrom1200bpsto921600bps.
ThedefaultserialspeedforMTX3GJAVAis115200bps.

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4.4.3 I2C bus

I2Cisaserial,8bitorienteddatatransferbusforbitratesupto400kbpsinFastmode.Itconsistsof
twolines,theserialdatalineI2CDATandtheserialclocklineI2CCLK.

The MTX3GJAVA modem acts as a single master device, e.g. the clock I2CCLK is driven by the
modem.I2CDATisabidirectionalline.

Each device connected to the bus is software which is identified by a unique 7bit address. Simple
master/slave relationships exist at all times; the modem operates as a mastertransmitter or as a
masterreceiver.Thecustomerapplicationtransmitsorreceivesdataonlyatthemodemsrequest.

Signal Direction Description



I2CCLK Output I2Cbusclocksignal1234

I2CDAT I/O I2Cdatabus1234

GND Groundconnection


1. 2ClinesareOpenDrain.Internal10kOhmpullupresistorsaremounted,sothereisnoneed
tofitthemtothehostapplication.
2. AccordingtotheI2CBusSpecificationVersion2.1,amaximumrisetimeof300nsispermitted
forthefastmode.ThereisalsoamaximumVOL=0.4Vat3mAspecified.
3. The value of the pullup depends on the capacitive load of the whole system (I2C Slave +
lines).ThemaximumsinkcurrentofI2CDATandI2CCLKis4mA.
4. Iflinesareunused,keeppinsopen

UsetheAT^SSPIcommandorJavaclasstoconfigureandactivatetheI2Cbus.

ThepicturebelowshowstheI2CinterfaceispoweredfromaninternalVEXTsupplylinesotheI2C
interfacewillbeproperlyshutdownwhenthemodementersthePowerdownmode.

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4.4.4 AnalogtoDigital and DigitaltoAnalog converters

The ADC/DAC of the MTX3GJAVA consists of two independent, unbalanced, multiplexed analog
inputs as well as one unbalanced analog output, which can be used for measuring external DC
voltagesintherangeof0mV+2988.3mV,orgeneratetheminthesamerange.BothADCandDAC
have a resolution of 8 bits, which means that the voltage resolution in the given range is
11.71875mV.

The MTX3GJAVA has an internal ADC/DAC chip (PCF8591) connected to its I2C bus, at a 7bit
address0x48hexadecimal.Maximumbusfrequencyallowedis100kHz.

TheA/Dconverterusesthesuccessiveapproximationconversiontechnique.TheD/Aconverteranda
highgaincomparatorareusedtemporarilyduringtheA/Dconversioncycle.

The D/A converter consists of a resistor divider chain connected to the external reference voltage
with256tapsandselectionswitches.ThetapdecoderswitchedoneofthesetapstotheDACoutput
line.Theanalogoutputvoltageisbufferedbyanautozeroedunitygainamplifier.

InordertoreleasetheDACforanA/Dconversioncycletheunitygainamplifierisequippedwitha
trackandholdcircuit.ThiscircuitholdstheoutputvoltagewhileexecutingtheA/Dconversion.

YoucanconfigureandusetheADC/DACconvertersbyissuingI2CrelatedATcommandsorviathe
I2CJavaclass.

ThemaximumA/DandD/AconversionrateisgivenbytheactualspeedoftheI2Cbus.

YoucanfindJavacodeexamplesintheDownloadssectionatwww.mtxm2m.com

D/Aconversion

In order to write a new sample to the DAC buffer, you have to send three bytes over the I2C bus
beforesendingtheI2CSTOPcondition

1. Addressbyte(writemode):0x90hexadecimal
2. Controlbyte:0x40hexadecimal
3. Databyte:the8bitsamplevalueinstraightbinaryformat

You can calculate the sample value you have to write to the D/A converter using the following
expression:
256

3

whereDisthesamplevalueindecimalformat(0D255)andVDACOUTisthevoltagevalueyouwant
togenerate(0VDACOUT2988.3mV)

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A/Dconversion

InordertoreadsamplesfromtheADCbuffer,youhavetosendthreebytesovertheI2Cbusbefore
sendingtheI2CSTOPcondition

1. Addressbyte(writemode):0x90hexadecimal
2. Controlbyte:
a. 0x00hexadecimaltoreadfromADC1
b. 0x01hexadecimaltoreadfromADC2
3. Addressbyte(readmode):0x91hexadecimal
4. Dummybyte1:0x00hexadecimal
5. Dummybyte2:0x10hexadecimal

After that you should have three bytes in the I2C read buffer: the second one is the 8bit sample
valueretrievedfromtheADconverter,instraightbinaryformat.

YoucancalculatethevoltagevaluefromtheA/Dinputusingthefollowingexpression:

3

256

whereVADCisthevoltagevaluepresentattheA/Dconverterinput(0VADC2988.3mV)andDisthe
samplevalueindecimalformat(0D255)

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4.4.5 General Purpose and Optoisolated I/O

Depending on the model you use, you will dispose of the following set of GPIOs and Optoisolated
IOs:

Model PowerConnector DB15connector


BaseMTX3GJAVA&ULPmodels 4x CMOS inputs/outputs
(bidirectionalGPIO)
RS485models 2xOptoisolatedinputs
2xOptoisolatedoutputs
Restofmodels 1xOptoisolatedinput 2xOptoisolatedinputs
1xOptoisolatedoutput 2xOptoisolatedoutputs
1xCMOSinput/output(bidirectional
GPIO)

PleaserefertoSection4.1andSection4.4.1toviewtheexactlocationofeachI/O.

Both the GPIOs and Optoisolated I/Os are controlled by an internal I/O expander chip (TCA9535)
attachedtotheI2Cbusata7bitaddress0x20hexadecimal.Pleaserefertothedevicedatasheetor
theJavacodeexamplesavailableatwww.mtxm2m.comintheDownloadssection,inordertolearn
howtouseI/Os.

InthecaseoftheBaseMTX3GJAVAandULPmodels,theGPIOs1to4aredirectlyconnectedtothe
P00..P03 pins in the TCA9535 chip. You can configure them independently as inputs or outputs by
issuingI2CrelatedATcommandsorviatheI2CJavaclass.

For the RS485 models there are two optoisolated inputs and two optoisolated outputs available,
whicharemappedtoTCA9535pinsasshowninthefollowingtable:

TerminalsoptoisolatedI/O GPIOnumber TCA9535chipport


IN2 GPIO7 P06
IN10 GPIO10 P11
OUT3 GPIO8 P07
OUT4 GPIO4 P03

FortherestofmodelstherearesixoptoisolatedI/OsandoneCMOSbidirectionalI/Oavailable,which
aremappedtotheTCA9535chippinsasshowninthefollowingtable:

TerminalsoptoisolatedI/O GPIOnumber TCA9535chipport


IO1 GPIO9 P10
IN2 GPIO7 P06
IN3 GPIO10 P11
IN4 GPIO5 P04
OUT2 GPIO8 P07
OUT3 GPIO4 P03
OUT4 GPIO6 P05

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Pleasetakecarewiththefollowingpoints:

EachGPIOport(Pxxport)canbeconfiguredasaninput(HiZ)oroutput(strongdrivepush
pulldrivers)
Interrupt available, generated by any rising or falling edge of the port inputs in the input
mode.ThislineisconnectedtoGPIO8oftheEHS6module.
WhenoptoisolatedI/Osareavailable,youalwaysmustassurethat:
o RS485models:
GPIO4andGPIO8areconfiguredasoutputs
GPIO7andGPIO10areconfiguredasinputs
o Restofmodels:
GPIO4,GPIO6andGPIO8areconfiguredasoutputs
GPIO5,GPIO7andGPIO10areconfiguredasinputs

*:seeSection4.4.1forexactlocationofpinsinDB15connector

TheelectricalequivalentcircuitsforGPIOsconnectedtotheDB15connectorforallMTX3GJAVA
familymodemsareshowninthefollowingfigure


GPIOequivalentcircuit

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TheelectricalequivalentcircuitsforMTX3GJAVARS485modelsareshowninthefollowingfigure

Optoisolatedinputs/outputsequivalentcircuit

INPUT OUTPUT
0VVIN2.5VLogic0 Logic0VOUT=HiZ
2.7VVIN40VLogic1 Logic1VOUT=1V(max)

Theelectricalequivalentcircuitsforallothermodelswhichhaveoptoisolatedinput/outputsare
showninthefollowingfigures

OptoisolatedIN/OUT2&3equivalentcircuit

INPUT OUTPUT
0VVIN2.5VLogic0 Logic0VOUT=HiZ
2.7VVIN40VLogic1 Logic1VOUT=1V(max)

OptoisolatedIN/OUT4equivalentcircuit

INPUT OUTPUT
0VVIN1.1VLogic1 Logic0VOUT=HiZ
1.5VVIN40VLogic0 Logic1VOUT=VIN1V(min)

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4.5 RS485 bus


Aterminalblockwitha5wayconnectorandsharedPowerSection,asshownanddescribedbelow,
isusedtoimplementtheRS485interface

TheRS485busisconnectedtothemodemsASC1portusingalevelshifterconverter.

ItmeetsorexceedstherequirementsofANSITIA/EIA485A.


Pin Signal Direction Limits Description
1 RxB I/O RS485Bsignal
2 +RxA I/O RS485Asignal
3 AUTOON Input 0VIN AutomaticRestartafterShutdownEnableSignal
4 VIN Input 6.540VDC Positivepowerinput
5 GND Input Negativepower(ground)

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4.6 GSM/GPRS/UMTS antenna connector


Theantennaconnectorallowsradiofrequency(RF)transmissionsignalsbetweenthemodemandan
externalcustomersuppliedantenna.Themodemisfittedwitha50,FMEmalecoaxialjack.

Theexternalantennamustbematchedproperlytoachievethebestperformanceregardingradiated
power,DCpowerconsumption,modulationaccuracyandharmonicsuppression.

4.7 SIM card reader


TheMTX3GJAVAmodemisfittedwithaSIMcardreaderdesignedfor1.8Vand3VSIMcards.Itis
the flipup type which is lockable in the horizontal position and is accessed through a removable
panelasshownbelow.

ThecardholderisafivewireinterfaceaccordingtoGSM11.11.IthasaSIMcarddetectorswitchto
detectwhetherornottheSIMcarddrawerisinserted.

Removing and inserting the SIM card during operation requires the software to be reinitialized.
Therefore,afterreinsertingtheSIMcarditisnecessarytorestarttheMTX3GJAVAmodem.

The full operation of the MTX3GJAVA relies on a SIM card being inserted. Some MTX3GJAVA
functionalitymaybelostifyoutrytooperatethecontrolmodemwithoutaSIMcard.

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4.8 3Axis accelerometer


Applicablemodels:

C25
BAT

US
L PGP
PSBT

00
UL PW
5
S485

25

WMB
BE E
RS48

GPS

WC5

IF I
BAT
PS

UL P

868
00
BLE
AWC

VAW
VAU
VAG

VAG
VAR

VAB

VAX

VA9
AVA

AVA

AVA

AVA

AVA

AVA

AVA

AVA

AVA
AVA

V
3GJA

3GJA

3GJA

3GJA

3GJA

3GJA

3GJA

3GJA

3GJA
3GJ
3GJ

3GJ

3GJ

3GJ

3GJ

3GJ

3GJ

3GJ

3GJ
MT X

MT X

MT X

MT X

MT X

MT X

MT X

MT X

MT X
MT X
MT X

MT X

MT X

MT X

MT X

MT X

MT X

MT X

MT X
X X X X X X X X X X X X X


The internal 3axis accelerometer available in all models except the base MTX3GJAVA and
RS485/ULP models is based on a LIS331DLM chip. It has a dynamically user selectable fullscale
measurerangeof2g/4g/8gandit iscapableofmeasuringaccelerationswithoutputdatarates
from0.5Hzto400Hzwitharesolutionof8bits.

Also, the device may be configured to generate an interrupt signal by inertial wakeup/freefall
eventsaswellasbythepositionofthedeviceitself.Thresholdsandtimingofinterruptgenerators
areprogrammablebytheuseronthe fly.Thisfeaturecouldbeusedbythe MTX3GJAVAmodem
familytowakeuptheGSMenginemodulefromthesleepmode.

The LIS331DLM is connected to the EHS6 module via the internal I2C bus, at a 7bit address 0x09
hexadecimal. You can configure and use it by issuing I2C related AT commands or via the I2C Java
class.

Please refer to the device datasheet or the Java code examples available at www.mtxm2m.com in
theDownloadssection,inordertolearnhowtouseI/Os.

Inthefollowingpictureyoucanseehowtheaccelerometeraxesarelocatedwithinthemodembox.


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4.9 Internal LiPo battery


In the MTX3GJAVA modem family, the BAT suffix means that the internal 3.7V 1650mAh LiPo
battery is attached. The unit is shipped with the battery disconnected. Please open the unit and
connectthebatteryconnectortothemainboardandthenpluginthepowersupplytotheRJpower
connectorforaround5hourstofullychargethebattery.

Internalbatteriescan be orderedfor MTX3GJAVAmodems witheitherGPSorRFvariants.Inany


case,youcanasktoremovetheGPSorRF.

ThebatterylevelcanbeknownusingtheATcommandAT^SBV.ThecommandresultisgiveninmV.
Whencharging,thepreviousvalueisincreasedby+200mV.Itisalsopossibletoknowwhetherthe
chargerisconnectedbytestingtheDTRsignal.

Withthebatteryattached,theVEXTvoltagevalue(DB15connector,pin10)isapproximately3.86V
whenthechargerispluggedin.Ifnot,thisvaluesdropstoapproximately3.46V.

We do not guarantee fully working features for battery voltages below 3.6V. We strongly
recommendthatyouswitchthemodemoffcompletelywhenthisoccurs.Todothis,pleasefollow
thisprocedure:

Disable Automatic restart after shutdown. Please remember that this feature is active by
defaultandsothemodemwilltrytoswitchonagainautomatically
Closeallthreads
Closeallsocketsorinternetservices
Callgarbagecollector
SwitchoffmodemusingtheAT^SMSOcommand

Note:theVEXTvoltagewillbeonlypresentwhenexternalpowerisapplied(i.e.chargingbattery)

Whenthebatteryisattached,asautomaticrestartisfeaturedbydefault,themodemwillalways
bepoweredonandcannotbeswitchedoff.IfyouneedtostoptheJavaapplicationwhenAutomatic
Restartisenabled,youshouldpresstheswitchbuttonlocatedneartheSIMholderasshowninthe
picturebelow.

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Thedurationofdischargedependsontheendapplication.Itisverysensitivetotransmission(Voice
andData)sowerecommendmakingasfewaspossibleandkeepingthemasshortaspossible.Please
disable GPS, or keep it in a low power mode when possible to extend battery life when longer
periodsofuse(withoutcharging)arerequired.

Keepinmindthatthebatterywillbe100%operativeonceafewchargeanddischargecycleshave
beenperformed.

Example1.LiPobatteryattached,25Cambienttemperature



The blue colored circle shows when the battery is being charged. When it reaches 4.40V (to be
checkedusingtheAT^SBVcommand),thebatteryisfullycharged(greencoloredcircle).Intheabove
example,chargingtimeis6hours30minutes.
If the charger is disconnected, the battery starts to discharge. The duration of the battery is very
dependent upon the applications used; in the example above, the battery lasts approximately 11
hours and 30 minutes. Please note that the minimum battery level module switches off
automatically, when the battery voltage is around 3.65V (please remember to check using the
AT^SBVcommand).

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Example2.LiPobatteryattached,25Cambienttemperature

Example 2 has the same charging time (indicated by the blue arrow) as in example 1 (6 hours 30
minutes);atthistimethebatteryisfullycharged;checkingusingtheAT^SBVcommand,wediscover
thatitisaround4.40V(indicatedbythegreenarrow).

Dischargingtimeintheseconditionsisaround12hours,sothemoreoftenyouconnecttoGPRS,the
shorterthebatterywilllast.KeepGPRSconnectionsshortandinfrequentwherepossibletoextend
batterylifeifyourequirelongerperiodsofusewithoutcharging.



Note:therearetwointernalLEDsthatprovideinformationaboutthebatterystatus:
AredLEDwillilluminatewhenthebatteryischarging.
AgreenLEDwillilluminatewhenexternalpowerisapplied.

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4.10 Real Time Clock


The EHS6 module attached to MTX3GJAVA modems contains a real time clock (RTC) to maintain
accuratetimekeepingandtoenableyoutotimestampmessages.

ThisRTCissuppliedbyaseparatevoltageregulatorwhichisalsoactivewhentheMTX3GJAVAisin
powerdownmodeandthepowersupplyVINisavailable.Analarmfunctionisprovidedthatallows
theMTX3GJAVAtowakeupinAirplanemodewithoutloggingontotheGSM/UMTSnetwork.

The MTX3GJAVA modems can also accommodate an independent battery or supercap inside to
maintainthedateandtimeoftheRTCwhenthepowersupplyisdisconnected.Boththebatteryand
thesupercapwillbechargedwhenpowersupplyispresentagain.

ThesizeofthecapacitordeterminesthedurationofbufferingwhennovoltageisappliedtoMTX3G
JAVA;thelargerthecapacitor,thelongerthedateandtimewillbesaved.Aserial1kresistorplaced
ontheboardnexttoVDDLPlimitsthechargedcurrentofanemptycapacitororbattery.

This capacitor is not fitted by default and must be ordered separately. Please contact
gsmsupport@matrix.esformoredetails.

4.10.1 ULP models

In addition to the modules internal RTC, ULP modems have its own external lowpower, battery
operatedRTC.TheRTCusedisaDS1337connectedtothemodulesI2Cbusata7bitaddress0x68
hexadecimal.

PleaserefertotheDS1337datasheetfordetailsaboutusingtheRTC.YoucanconfigureitusingI2C
relatedATcommandsorviatheI2CJavaclass.Youcanalsocontactgsmsupport@matrix.es

Youcanprogramalarmstowakeupthemodemataspecifieddateandtime.PleaserefertoSection
4.10formoreinformationaboutUltraLowPowerfeatures.

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4.11 Internal Hardware Watchdog


Applicablemodels:

C25
T

PS

US
PSBA

00
UL PW
S485
5

UL PG
GPSB

WC25

WMB
XBE E
RS48

WC5

IF I
AT
GPS

LP

868
00
BLE
BT

VAW
VAU
VAG
VAR

VAB

VA9
AVA

AVA

AVA

AVA
AVA
AVA
AVA

AVA

AVA

AVA
AVA

A
V

V
3G JA

3G JA

3G JA

3G JA

3G JA

3G JA

3G JA

3G JA
3G J

3G J

3G J

3G J

3G J
3G J
3G J
3G J

3G J

3G J

3G J
MT X

MT X

MT X

MT X

MT X

MT X

MT X

MT X
MT X

MT X

MT X

MT X

MT X
MT X
MT X
MT X

MT X

MT X

MT X
X X X X X X X X X X X X X

TheMTX3GJAVAhasanewinternalhardwarewatchdogcomponentwhichallowsthemoduletobe
resetwhentheinternalJavaprogramisnotrefreshedin12060seconds,meaningthatithashang
upsorthatitdoesnotrespondinthistime.

TheMTX3GJAVAhasthewatchdogdisabledbydefaultinthefactorysettings.
Inordertousethiswatchdog,twoGPIOsmustbehandled:
GPIO1 (which must be configured as output) sets/resets watchdog. A logic 1 disables the
watchdogfunctionality.
GPIO2(whichmustbeconfiguredasoutput)mustchangecycleinlessthan120seconds

To enable this feature, ask gsmsupport@matrix.es about our I2CGPIO handling JAVA code or visit
theDownloadssectionatwww.mtxm2m.com

Youcanconfigureboth theAutomaticRestartandtheWatchdogfeaturesinyour Javaroutine


sourcecodeusinginitializationcode.

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4.12 GPS
TheMTX3GJAVAhasaninternalGPSreceiverwhichoffersthefullperformanceofGPStechnology.
The GPS receiver continuously tracks all satellites in view, thus providing accurate satellite
positioningdata.

4.12.1 GPS antenna connector

The antenna connector allows for the transmission of radio frequency (RF) signals between the
modemandanexternalcustomersuppliedantenna.Themodemisfittedwitha50,SMAFcoaxial
jack.

It is possible to connect active or passive GPS antennas. In either case they must have 50 Ohm
impedance.

4.12.2 GPS application interface

TheMTX3GJAVAhasaninternalGPSreceiverwhichoffersthefullperformanceofGPStechnology.
The GPS receiver continuously tracks all satellites in view, thus providing accurate satellite
positioningdata.

TheGPSreceiversupportsimplementedNMEAprotocols.Itisabletorecognizeinputmessagesfrom
anyoftheseprotocols(e.g.,GGA,RMCGSA,GSV)andrespondtothemaccordingly.Inputmessages
canbearbitrarilymixed.

The NMEA protocol is an industry standard protocol developed for marine electronics. It was
originally designed to allow data exchange between various sensors and navigation equipment
aboardships.Nowadays,itisadefactostandardforGPSreceiverdataoutput.Formoreinformation
ontheNMEAStandardpleaserefertowww.nmea.org.

Venus8offerspecialproprietaryNMEAprotocolforspecialfeatureslikeAGPSorGPSantennastatus:
(connected/unconnected)

TheGPSreceivercanbesoftwarecontrolledusingNMEAprotocol.WerecommendtheuseofJava
codetoreadNMEAsentences.

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TheGPSreceiverisconnectedtotheEHS6ASC1portandNMEAdataat9600baudsispresent.JAVA
codeneedstoopentheACS1portandcollectalltheseprotocolsandparsestocalculatelatitudeand
longitudepositions.

TherearealsotwosignalsavailabletocontroltheRFcard:

RESET_GPS:activelow,drivenbyGPIO12_P13oftheIOextender(seesection4.4.5).Itallows
theRFmoduletobereset.
DISABLE_GPS: active low, driven by GPIO11_P12 of the IO extender (see section 4.4.5). It
allowstheRFmoduletobepoweredoff.

To help all customers, Matrix Electronica provides as is (without further technical support,
warranties,etc.)PARSERsourcecodetoimprovethetimetomarketinJAVAdevelopingcode.

4.12.3 GPS Parser (coming soon)

MatrixElectronicaprovidesMTXParser3Gfordevelopingpurposesatnocost.

MTXParser3G is JAVA source code which basically handles the GPS unit installed on the internal
moduleandtranslatesthisintousefulinformationsuchaspositioning,aswellascarryingoutother
usefulfeatureslike:

ObtainingGPSpositioninginthesameformatasXT65
Afunctiontoactivate/deactivateAutoPowerONfeature.
Afunctiontoactivate/deactivate/refreshtheHardwareWatchdogfeature.
AfunctiontoreadX,Y,Zaccelerationvalues.
AfunctiontoconfigureMTX3GJAVAGPSandpowerupthealarm:afterswitchingoff,the
modemwillpowerUPwhenoneaxis(X,Y,Z)reachesthetriggeraccelerationvalue.Useful
tosavebatterypowerconsumption.
AfunctiontoassistGPS(AGPS).Pleaseaskgsmsupport@matrix.es
AfunctiontoswitchON/OFFsecondaryredLEDforuserpurposes.

MTXParser3Gcanbeusedasalibrary/example.Wesupplythiscodeasis:thismeansthatthere
will be no documentation, no further support will be provided and no warranties will be given
regardingfunctionality.Matrixhastesteditandusesitforinternalpurposesandcustomersupport.It
isnotcommercialsoftware/code.
Pleaseaskgsmsupport@matrix.estoobtainafreecopy.

4.12.4 Power saving

PowersavingcanbeenabledontheGSMpart(usingtheAT+CFUNfunction).OntheGPSreceiveritis
possibletouseaspecialNMEAcommand.FormoreinformationontheATcommandAT+CFUN,see
theATcommandmanual.

FormoreinformationabouttheNMEAinternalGPSmodulepleaseaskgsmsupport@matrix.es

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4.13 Wireless RF modules


MTX3GJAVAcanbeshippedwithaninternalRFcardinstalledwhichallowsforusewithalmostall
protocolsthatexistnowadays,suchasBluetooth,WiFi,ISM,ZigBee,etc.

The RF card is connected to the internal ASC1 port. This means that models mounting an RF card,
ASC1 will not be available to be used by the DB15 connector. There is, however, another signal
availabletocontroltheRFcard:

RESET_RF: active low, driven by GPIO12_P13 of the IO extender (see section 4.4.5). This
allowstheRFmoduletobereset.

RFcardmodulescanhaveinternalorexternalantennas.Inthecaseofmodulesmountingexternal
antennas,anSMAFemaleconnectorwillbeavailable.

4.13.1 Bluetooth 2.1

ItisbasedonaBluegigaWT12,whichisanextgeneration,class2,Bluetooth2.1+EDRmodule.By
default WT12 is shipped with a powerful and easytouse iWRAP firmware. This firmware enables
users to access Bluetooth functionality with simple ASCII commands delivered to the module over
theASC1serialinterface.

BluetoothClass2radio
Integratedchipantenna
Transmitpower:3dBm
Receiversensitivity:86dBm
EnhancedDataRates(EDR)withdatathroughputupto23Mbps
SupportforAdaptiveFrequencyHopping(AFH)and802.11coexistence
UARTwithbypassmode
8Mbitsofflashmemory
SupportedBluetoothprofiles:SPP,DUN,OBEXOPP,HFPv1.5,DID,andHID+HCI

You can find more information about using the module and how to communicate with it by
consulting the module specific user manual available at ftp.matrix.es or by asking our engineers at
gsmsupport@matrix.es

4.13.2 Bluetooth Low Energy (4.0)

ItisbasedonBluegigaWT113,whichisaBluetoothSmartmoduletargetedforsmallandlowpower
sensors and accessories. It integrates all the features required for a Smart application, including
radio,softwarestackandGATTbasedprofiles.TheBLE113canalsohostenduserapplications.

Bluetooth4.0lowenergyradio
Transmitpower:0dBm

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Receiversensitivity:93dBm
Integratedantenna
BGAPIhostprotocol
BGScriptprogrammingforstandaloneapplications
BluetoothSmart(lowenergy)support
L2CAP,ATT,GTT,GAPandSecurityManager
BluetoothSmartprofiles
Clientandmastermode
100kbps+throughput
Overtheairfirmwareupgrade

You can find more information about using the module and how to communicate with it by
consulting the module specific user manual available at ftp.matrix.es or by asking our engineers at
gsmsupport@matrix.es

4.13.3 Coronis Wavecard 25/500mW

ItisbasedonElsterCoronisWCA868OEM25(25mWoutputpower)orWCA868OEM500(500mW
outputpower),whichallowsuserstoaddWaveniswirelessfunctionalitytotheirproducts.Itcanalso
be used in ad hoc networking for sensor network applications, smart objects, alarms and security,
meteringandmore.TheWavecardisaccessedviatheASC1portoftheinternalEHS6module

OperatesinlicensefreeISM868MHz
Typicaldatarate9.6kbps
FrequencyHoppingSpreadSpectrum(FHSS)
GFSKmodulation
Singlechanneloperationfornarrowbandapplications(alarms)
PointtoPointandPointtoMultipoint(broadcast,polling)modesandnativerepeater(upto
3hops)
Treeandstarnetworktopologies
Supportsasynchronousandsynchronousmodes
EN300220/FCC15.247certified&compliant

You can find more information about using the module and how to communicate with it by
consulting the module specific user manual available at ftp.matrix.es or by asking our engineers at
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4.13.4 ISM (868/900MHz)

This option is only available upon request. Please contact gsmsupport@matrix.es for further
information.

4.13.5 WiFi

This option is only available upon request. Please contact gsmsupport@matrix.es for further
information.

4.13.6 ZigBee

This option is only available upon request. Please contact gsmsupport@matrix.es for further
information.

4.14 Custom GPS+RF modules


OEM customizations allow both GPS and RF modules to be mounted together within the same
modem. In this case both the ASC0 and the ASC1 are connected to the RF and the GPS modules
respectively,sotheyarenotavailableattheDB9andtheDB15connectors.

This is an optional feature that can be ordered only upon request. Please contact
gsmsupport@matrix.esformoreinformation.

4.15 Firmware updates


ItispossibleandsometimesnecessarytoupdatetheMTX3GJAVAfirmware.
Updatesmustbecarriedoutbyanapprovedtechnician.
Pleasecontactgsmsupport@matrix.esfordetailsregardingService/Programming.

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5. Operation

5.1 Switching on the modem. New Automatic restart after shutdown feature
There is no special way to turn the modem on: just apply power to the VIN terminal via a power
connector(seeSection4.1).Themodemwillbefullyoperationalafter4to9seconds.Loggingontoa
networkmaytakelongerthanthisandisoutofthemodemscontrol.

TheAutomaticRestartafterShutdownfeatureisenabledaspartofthedefaultfactorysettings.This
meansthatif/whenthemodemhastobeswitchedoff,duetoacriticalpowersupply,themodem
willrestartitselfwithinafewseconds.Thisfeatureallowsanapplicationtobeswitchedonallthe
timeandalsoallowsittorestartitself.

TheAutomaticRestartafterShutdownfeaturecannotbedisabledinthebaseMTX3GJAVAandULP
models. In RS485 models there is an AUTO_ON terminal in the Power Connector (see Section 4.1)
which allows for the enabling or disabling of this function. In all other models this feature can be
disabledbysoftwareusingGPIO3andthenyoucanswitchonthemodemwiththeTURN_ONpinat
thepowerconnector.

5.2 Switching off the modem


Thereareseveralwaystoswitchoff(powerdown)themodem:

Using the TURN_OFF pin (see section 4.1 to see the terminals that use it). Continuously
pressingtheTURN_OFFpin(foratleast1second)causesthemodemtoenterpowerdown
mode.Itsuseisnotrecommendedexceptinanemergency.Adelayofupto10secondsis
experienceduntilthemodemlogsoutofthenetwork.TheRTCstaysactive.

AT^SMSOcommand:thisallowsthemodemtologoutoffromthenetworkandallowsthe
softwaretoenterintoasecurestateandsavedatabeforedisconnectingthepowersupply.A
delayofupto10secondsisexperienceduntilthemodemlogsoutofthenetwork.TheRTC
staysactive.

In ULPmodels,theonlywaytoswitch offthe modemandenter intothe UltraLowPower


modeistocleantheinputlatchesandexecutetheAT^SMSOcommand.

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5.3 Ultra Low Power mode


MTX3GJAVAULP modems can enter into an Ultra Low Power mode. In this mode, all the board
devicesaredisconnectedfromthepowersupply,exceptalittleportionofdigitallogicandtheRTC
thatallowsthemodemtoexitfromthismodeandgobackintothenormalmode.

ThefirsttimetheMTX3GJAVAULPmodemispoweredup,itwillswitchonnormally.WhenanULP
modementersinpowerdownmode,youcanwakeupagaininseveralways:

Byoptoisolatedinputs(seeSection4.1.3):therearetwoactivehighinputsandtwoactive
lowinputsallowingthemodemtopowerupagain.
BytheRTCalarm(seeSection4.10):youcanconfiguretheRTCtopoweronthemodemata
specifieddateandtime

ItispossibletoknowifthemodemhasbeenwokenupbyinputsortheRTCalarmbyreadingthe
statuslatcheswithATcommandsortheJavaapplication.

WAKEUPinput GPIOnumber
Wakeup1 GPIO6
Wakeup2 GPIO7
Wakeup3 GPIO8
Wakeup4 GPIO9

KeepinmindthatthoseinputsandtheRTCcanonlybeprogrammedwhenMTX3GJAVAULPisin
normalmode.

TheonlywaytoenterinUltraLowPowermodeistoclean/resettheinputlatchesandexecutethe
AT^SMSOcommand.

5.4 Sleep mode


ThemodemsthatcandisabletheAutomaticRestartafterShutdownfeatureareabletoenterintoa
sleepmode.Inthismodealltheelectronicsystemsarepoweredandenabled,buttheGSMengine
enters into a power down mode where only the modules internal RTC stays active (see Section
4.10.1).

ToenterinSleepmode,followthesesteps:
1. DisableAutomaticRestartafterShutdown
2. Use the AT^SMSO command to disconnect the modem from the cellular network and
shutdownthemodem

Thereareseveralwaystowakeupthemodem:
Programmingatime/datealarminthemodulesinternalRTC(AT+CALAcommand)
UsingTURN_ONsignalatthepowerconnector
Withanaccelerationthresholdinterruptfromtheinternalaccelerometer(seeSection4.8)

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5.5 Status LEDs


TheMTX3GJAVAmodemfamilyhasabicolorstatusLED(greenandred).

The green color LED is handled automatically by the modem and indicates its different operating
modes,asshownintablebelow.TheLEDmodeconfigurationissetbytheAT^SLEDcommand.

<mode>=2 <mode>=2
Terminalstatus <mode>=1
<flash>=default <flash>=userdefined
GSMCSdatacallinprogressorestablished
GSMvoicecallinprogressorestablished 10msON <flash>msON
PermanentlyON
UMTSvoicecallinprogressorestablished 990msOFF 990msOFF
UMTSCSdatacallinprogress
GSMPSdatatransfer 10msON <flash>msON
PermanentlyON
UMTSdatatransfer 1990msOFF 1990msOFF
MEregisteredtoanetwork.Nocall,nodata 10msON <flash>msON
PermanentlyON
transfer 1990msOFF 3990msOFF
LimitedNetworkService(e.g.noSIM,noPINor 500msON 10msON <flash>msON
duringnetworksearch) 500msOFF 990msOFF 990msOFF

TheredcolorLED(notavailableinULPmodes)isconnectedtotheGPIO5inthebaseMTX3GJAVA
modem and 485 models, and to the GPIO6 in all other models (shared with an OUT4 optoisolated
output). This allows the user to define the functionality of this LED by issuing AT commands or
throughaJavaembeddedcode(seeSection4.4.5).

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6. AT command interpreter

AfterasuccessfulinstallationoftheEHS6driverpackage,thephysicalUSBinterfaceofthemodemis
representedintheoperatingsystembytwovirtualinterfaces,eachassignedtoavirtualCOMportof
itsown:

Modeminterface:

This interface is referred to as "Modem" if queried using the AT^SQPORT command. In the quick
referencetablesitisnamedUSB0MDM.

TheModeminterfaceisintendedparticularlyfordatatransmission(UMTSorGPRS).

All URCs are normally issued on the Application interface. URCs related to data calls (RING, NO
CARRIER)aswellasthe"^SYSSTART"URCareissuedontheModeminterface.

Applicationinterface:

Thisinterfaceisreferredtoas"Application"ifqueriedusingtheAT^SQPORTcommand.Inthequick
referencetablesitisnamedUSB0APP.

TheApplicationinterfaceisdesignedespeciallyforcontrollingtheMTX3GJAVA,i.e.forenteringAT
commands, receiving URCs, or sending and receiving short messages. It cannot be used as a data
interfaceforUMTS,orGPRS.

PleasenotethatURCsarenormallyindicatedonlyonthisinterface,nomatterwhethertheModem
interface or the Application interface was used to send the AT commands to activate their
presentation.ThisURCmanagementschemeisthedefaultconfigurationrecommendedforatypical
MTX3GJAVAapplication.

Bear in mind that the Modem interface and the Application interface are handled by the same AT
commandinterpreter.

Asaresult,ATcommandsenteredonbothinterfacesarenotexecutedinparallelbutsequentially,
oneaftertheother.So,anATcommandissuedononeinterfacewillbebufferedonthisinterfaceto
beexecutedaftertheotherinterfacehascompletedprocessingearlierATcommand(s).

WhenadataconnectionisestablishedovertheModeminterface,theApplicationinterfacecanbe
used simultaneously for any control functions. This eliminates the need for the user to enter AT
commands,suchas+++andATO,aswellasswitchingbackandforthbetweencommandandonline
modewhenworkingononeinterfaceonly.

SeetheMTX3GJAVAQuickStartguideforacompletestepbystepinstallationprocess.

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7. Embedded applications

The MTX3GJAVA can embed an internal application written in popular JAVA language. Java
technology and several peripheral interfaces on the modem allow you to easily integrate your
application. This way, the customer application can be reduced because all the resources
(Microcontroller, Flash & RAM memory and all kind of I/O and bus peripheral) can be used by the
customer. This solution saves the external intelligence with all the associate costs and also saves
spaceandpowerconsumption.

Features:
OracleJavaMEEmbedded3.2ComplianttoCLDC1.1HI(JSR139)andIMPNG(JSR228)Java
standards.
CapableofrunningmultipleMIDletsinparallelwithinterMIDletcommunication.
AdditionalJavastandardAPIs:
o JSR75(FileConnection)
o JSR177(CRYPTO)
o JSR280(XML)
AdditionalJavaproprietaryAPIs:
o ATCommandAPI
o WatchdogAPI
AdditionalaccessibleperipheryforJavaapplications
o I/OpinsI2CInterface,SPIinterface,DAC,ADC
o Serialinterfaces(API):(ASC0,ASC1,USB*)canbeusedtoconnectexternaldevices
MemoryspaceforJavaprograms:
o FlashFileSystem:around8MB
o RAM:around6MB
o JustinTimeCompilerexecutionoptimization
Overtheairupdate
o ApplicationSW:OTAP
o Firmware:FOTA(OMAcompliant)

Ask gsmsupport@matrix.es for application notes and a free Cinterion SDK (Software Development
Kit);wewillprovideMatrixFTPservertodownloadit.

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7.1 MTXTunnel software application
IfyouarenotaJAVAexpertandyoudonothaveexpertsonhandinyourcompany,wehavea
readilycompiledJAVAcodewhichfitsinto99%ofM2Mapplications:MTXTUNNEL.Thisisoptional
andmustbeorderedseparately.

MTXTUNNELis an application running intheGSM/GPRS/UMTS modemsandis based on
the CinterionEHS6modulewhichisdesignedforcommunicatingwithremotedevicesthat
haveRS232/I2Cports.

Frequently,remotemeters,networkswitches,routersorotherdevicesneedtoconnect to
the network, but they only have a n RS232 port and the only possible way toreach
themisusingtheGSM/GPRSNetwork.MTXTUNNELisreadytogosolutionforsuchcases.



It acts as a transparent RS232 port. You will see your remote devices as if they were
directlyconnectedtothe computer.

MTXTUNNELV8hasextrafeatures like WebServer, SMS telemetry,Telnet,DNS,ModBus
andGatewayRF.

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Features:

GPRSSERIALTUNNEL
o TCPClient
o TCPServer
o UDPClient/Server
GPRSconnectionmodes:
o Permanentmode
o Uponrequest(SMSormissedcalls,authorizedorblockedphonenumbers)
o Changeonaninputdigitallevel
o Ananaloginputisoutoftheselectedlevelwindow(MIN,MAX)
o SerialdatapresentonRS232/RS485port
o Scheduleddate/hourtiming
WebServer
Telnet
SMSAlarmsandOutputcontrol
IPsdynamicresolution:
o DynDNS
o PrivateDNS
o SMS
SSLSecurity
FirewallIP
UserAPI
Telemetry(GPIOsandGPS)
SerialRS232/485HTTPtunnel
SerialRS232/485SMStunnel
Timingsynchronization
ModBus
RFGateway

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8. Safety and product care

Please read the information in this section and the information in Installation of the Modem,
beforestartingyourintegrationwork!

8.1 Safety instructions


PLEASEREADTHESESAFETYINSTRUCTIONSANDKEEPACOPYOFTHEM

Alwaysensurethatuseofthemodemispermitted.Themodemmaypresentahazardifused
inproximitytopersonalelectronicmedicaldevices.Asarule,themodemmustnotbeused
inhospitals,airportsorplanes.

Never use the modem at a gas station, refuelling point, blasting area or in any other
environmentwhereexplosivesmaybepresent.

Operating the modem close to other electronic devices, such as antennas, television sets,
andradiosmaycauseelectromagneticinterference.

This product is intended to be used with the antenna or other radiating element at least
20cm away from any part of the human body. In applications where this rule cannot be
applied, the application designer is responsible for providing the SAR measurement test
reportanddeclaration.

Youareresponsibleforobservingyourcountry'ssafetystandards,andwhereapplicable,the
relevantwiringrules.

8.2 General precautions


TheMTX3GJAVATerminalasastandaloneitemisdesignedforindooruseonly.Foroutdooruseit
mustbeintegratedintoaweatherproofenclosure.Donotexceedtheenvironmentalandelectrical
limitsasspecifiedinTechnicalData.

Avoid exposing the modem to lighted cigarettes, naked flames or to extreme hot or cold
temperatures.

Never try to dismantle the modem yourself. There are no components inside the modem
thatcanbeservicedbytheuser.Ifyouattempttodismantlethemodem,youmayinvalidate
thewarranty.

The MTX3GJAVA Terminal must not be installed nor located in areas where the surface
temperatureoftheplasticcasecouldexceed85C.

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Inordertoprovidestrainreliefandtoavoidtransmittingexcessivevibrationtothemodem
during installation, all cables connected to the MTX3GJAVA Terminal must be secured or
clampedimmediatelyadjacenttothemodem'sconnectors.

To protect the power supply cables, and in order to comply with fire safety requirements,
whentheunitispoweredfromabatteryorahighcurrentsupply,afast1.25Afuseshouldbe
connectedinlinewiththepositivesupply.

Any incompatible components or products must not be connected to the MTX3GJAVA


modem.

Note! MTX3GJAVA distributors and sales offices may refuse warranty claims where evidence of
productmisuseisfound.

8.3 SIM card precautions


Before handling the SIM card in your application, ensure that you are not charged with static
electricity.Useproperprecautionstoavoidelectrostaticdischarges.

WhentheSIMcardhatchisopened,theSIMcardconnectorslieexposedundertheSIMcard
holder.

Caution!Donottouchtheseconnectors!Ifyoudo,youmayreleaseanelectricaldischargethatcould
damagethemodemortheSIMcard.

Whendesigningyourapplication,theSIMcardsaccessibilityshouldbetakenintoaccount.
WealwaysrecommendthatyouhavetheSIMcardprotectedbyaPINcode.Thiswillensure
thattheSIMcardcannotbeusedbyanunauthorizedperson.

8.4 Antenna precautions


If the antenna is to be mounted outside, consider the risk of lightning. Follow the instructions
providedbytheantennamanufacturer.

Neverconnectmorethanonemodemtoasingleantenna.Themodemcanbedamagedby
radiofrequencyenergyfromthetransmitterofanothermodem.

Likeanymobilestation,theantennaofthemodememitsradiofrequencyenergy.Toavoid
EMI (electromagnetic interference), you must determine whether the application itself, or
equipment in the applications proximity, needs further protection against radio emission
andthedisturbancesitmightcause.Protectionissecuredeitherbyshieldingthesurrounding
electronics or by moving the antenna away from the electronics and the external signal
cable.

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Themodemandantennamaybedamagedifeithercomeintocontactwithgroundpotentials
otherthantheoneinyourapplication.Beware:groundpotentialsarenotalwayswhatthey
appeartobe.

8.5 Radio Frequency (RF) exposure and SAR


Yourwirelessmodemdeviceisalowpowerradiotransmitterandreceiver(transceiver).Whenitis
turned on, it emits low levels of radio frequency energy (also known as radio waves or radio
frequencyfields).

Governments around the world have adopted comprehensive international safety guidelines,
developed by scientific organizations such as ICNIRP (International Commission on NonIonizing
Radiation Protection) and IEEE (The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.), through
periodicandthoroughevaluationofscientificstudies.Theseguidelinesestablishpermittedlevelsof
radio wave exposure for the general population. The levels include a safety margin designed to
assure the safety of all persons, regardless of age and health, and to account for any variations in
measurements.

SpecificAbsorptionRate(SAR)istheunitofmeasurementfortheamountofradiofrequencyenergy
absorbedbythebodywhenusingatransceiver.TheSARvalueisdeterminedatthehighestcertified
powerlevelinlaboratoryconditions,buttheactualSARlevelofthetransceiverwhileoperatingcan
be well below this value. This is because the transceiver is designed to use the minimum power
requiredtoreachthenetwork.

TheMTX3GJAVAwirelessmodemdevicehasbeenapprovedforapplicationswheretheantennais
located more than 20cm from the body. In all other configurations the user is responsible for
meetingthelocalSARregulations.

UsersoftheMTX3GJAVAwirelessmodemdeviceareresponsibleforensuringthattheymeetthe
SAR regulatory requirements of the countries in which they intend to operate the device and that
their documentation contains the relevant SAR declaration, certification information and user
guidanceasappropriate.

8.6 Personal medical devices


Wirelessmodem devices mayaffecttheoperationofcardiacpacemakers,hearingaidsandcertain
otherimplantedequipment.Ifaminimumdistanceof15cm(6inches)ismaintainedbetween the
MTX3GJAVAmodemradiatingantennaandapacemaker,theriskofinterferenceislimited.Ifthe
users application is likely to be situated in the vicinity of personnel, a suitable warning should be
containedintheequipmentmanualtothiseffect.

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9. Modem installation

ThischaptergivesyouadviceandhelpfulhintsonhowtointegratetheMTX3GJAVATerminalinto
yourapplicationfromahardwareperspective.

9.1 Where to install the modem


There are several conditions which need to be taken into consideration when designing your
applicationastheymightaffectthemodemanditsfunction.Theyare:

9.1.1 Environmental conditions

The modem must be installed so that the environmental conditions stated in the Technical Data
chaptersuchastemperature,humidityandvibrationaresatisfied.
Additionally,theelectricalspecificationsintheTechnicalDatasectionmustnotbeexceeded.

9.1.2 Signal strength

The modem has to be placed in a way that ensures sufficient signal strength. To improve signal
strength,theantennacanbemovedtoanotherposition.Signalstrengthmaydependonhowclose
themodemistoaradiobasestation.Youmustensurethatwhereyouintendtousethemodemis
within the network coverage area. Degradation in signal strength can be the result of disturbance
fromanothersource;forexample,anelectronicdeviceintheimmediatevicinity.Moreinformation
aboutpossiblecommunicationdisturbancescanbefoundinsection9.3.5.

When an application is completed, you can verify the signal strength by issuing the AT command
AT+CSQ.

Tip!Beforeinstallingthemodem,useanordinarymobiletelephonetocheckapossiblelocationfor
it.Indetermining thelocationforthe modemand antenna,youshould considersignalstrengthas
wellascablelength.

9.1.3 Connections of components to MTX3GJAVA Terminal

Theuserisresponsibleforthefinalintegratedsystem.Ifnotcorrectlydesignedorinstalled,external
componentsmaycauseradiationlimitstobeexceeded.Forinstance,improperlymadeconnections
orimproperlyinstalledantennascandisturbthenetworkandleadtomalfunctionsinthemodemor
equipment.

9.1.4 Network and subscription

Beforeyourapplicationisused,youmustensurethatyourchosennetworkprovidesthenecessary
telecommunicationservices.Contactyourserviceprovidertoobtainthenecessaryinformation.
If you intend to use SMS in the application, ensure this is included in your (voice)
subscription.
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9.2 How to install the modem


9.2.1 Power supply

Use a highquality power supply cable with low resistance. This ensures that the voltages at the
connectorpinsarewithintheallowedrange,evenduringthemaximumpeakcurrent.
Whentheunitispoweredfromabatteryorahighcurrentsupply,connectafast1.25Afuseinline
withthepositivesupply.Thisprotectsthepowercablingandmodem.

9.2.2 Securing the modem

Before securing the modem take into account the amount of additional space required for the
matingconnectorsandcablesthatwillbeusedintheapplication.
Whereaccessisrestricted,itmaybeeasiertoconnectallthecablestothemodempriorto
securingitintheapplication.
SecurelyattachtheMTX3GJAVA Terminalmodemtothe hostapplication usingtwo3mm
diameterpanheadscrews

9.3 Antenna
9.3.1 General

Theantennaisthecomponentinyoursystemthatmaintainstheradiolinkbetweenthenetworkand
themodem.Sincetheantennatransmitsandreceiveselectromagneticenergy,itsefficientfunction
willdependon:
Thetypeofantenna(forexample,circularordirectional);
Theplacementoftheantenna;
Communicationdisturbancesinthevicinityinwhichtheantennaoperates.
In the sections below, issues concerning antenna type, antenna placement, antenna cable, and
possible communication disturbances are addressed. In any event, you should contact your local
antenna manufacturer for additional information concerning antenna type, cables, connectors,
antennaplacement,andthesurroundingarea.

You should also determine whether the antenna needs to be grounded or not. Your local antenna
manufacturermightbeabletodesignaspecialantennasuitableforyourapplication.

9.3.2 Antenna type

Make sure that you choose the right type of antenna for the modem. Consider the following
requirements:
The antenna must be designed for one of the frequency bands in use; please ask your
networkproviderformoreinformation:
o UMTS800/850/900/1900/2100MHz
o GSM850/900/1800/1900MHz
Theimpedanceoftheantennaandantennacablemustbe50;
Theantennaoutputpowerhandlingmustbeaminimumof2W

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9.3.3 Antenna placement

Theantennashouldbeplacedawayfromelectronicdevicesandotherantennas.Therecommended
minimum distance between adjacent antennas, operating in a similar radio frequency band, is at
least50cm.Ifthesignalstrengthisweak,itisusefultofaceadirectionalantennatowardstheclosest
radiobasestation.Thiscanincreasethestrengthofthesignalreceivedbythemodem.Themodems
peakoutputpowercanreach2W.

RFfieldstrengthvarieswithantennatypeanddistance.At10cmfromtheantennathefieldstrength
may be up to 70V/m and at 1m it will have reduced to 7V/m. In general, CEmarked products for
residential/commercialareasandthelightindustrycanwithstandaminimumof3V/m.

9.3.4 The antenna cable

Use50impedancelowlosscableandhighquality50impedanceconnectors(frequencyrangeup
to 3GHz) to avoid RF losses. Ensure that the antenna cable is as short as possible. The Voltage
StandingWaveRatio(VSWR)maydependontheeffectivenessoftheantenna,cableandconnectors.
Inaddition,ifyouuseanadaptorbetweentheantennacableandtheantennaconnector,itiscrucial
that the antenna cable is a highquality, lowloss cable. Minimize the use of extension cables,
connectorsandadapters.Eachadditionalcable,connectororadaptercausesalossofsignalpower.

9.3.5 Possible communications disturbances

Possiblecommunicationdisturbancesincludethefollowing:

Noisecanbecausedbyelectronicdevicesandradiotransmitters.
Pathlossoccursasthestrengthofthereceivedsignalsteadilydecreasesinproportiontothe
distancefromthetransmitter.
Shadowingisaformofenvironmentalattenuationofradiosignalscausedbyhills,buildings,
treesorevenvehicles.Thiscanbeaparticularprobleminsidebuildings,especiallyifthewalls
arethickandreinforced.
Multipathfadingisasuddendecreaseorincreaseinthesignalstrength.Thisistheresultof
interference which is caused when direct and reflected signals reach the antenna
simultaneously.Surfacessuchasbuildings,streets,vehicles,etc.,canreflectsignals.
Handover occurs as youmove from one cell to another in the GSM network. Your mobile
applicationcallistransferredfromonecelltothenext.Handovercanbrieflyinterferewith
communicationandmaycauseadelay,oratworst,disruption.

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10. Conformity assessment

MATRIXELECTRONICAS.L.U.
C/AlejandroSanchez109
28019Madrid
Spain

10.1 Standards of European Type Approval


We declare under our sole responsibility that the products MTX3GJAVA Terminal 0 containing
CellularEngineCinterionengineEHS6(Type L30960N2950A100),towhichthisdeclarationrelates,
arelabeledwiththeCEconformitymark.

DIRECTIVE 2004/108/EC OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL of 15 December


2004 on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to electromagnetic
compatibilityandrepealingDirective89/336/EEC.

DIRECTIVE2006/95/ECOFTHEEUROPEANPARLIAMENTANDOFTHECOUNCIL
of 12 December 2006 on the harmonization of the laws of Member States relating to electrical
equipmentdesignedforusewithincertainvoltagelimits.

ETSIEN301511V9.0.2:GlobalSystemforMobilecommunications(GSM);Harmonizedstandardfor
mobilestationsintheGSM900andDCS1800bandscoveringessentialrequirementsunderarticle
3.2oftheR&TTEdirective(1999/5/EC)(GSM13.11version7.0.1Release1998).

ETSIEN3014891V1.9.2:ElectroMagneticCompatibilityandRadiospectrumMatters(ERM);Electro
MagneticCompatibility(EMC)standardforradioequipmentandservices;Part1:CommonTechnical
Requirements

ETSI EN 301 4897 V1.3.1: Electromagnetic Compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM);
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) standard for radio equipment and services; Part 7: Specific
conditions for mobile and portable radio and ancillary equipment of digital cellular radio
telecommunicationssystems(GSMandDCS).

ETSI EN 301 48924 V1.5.1: Electromagnetic Compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM);
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) standard for radio equipment and services; Part 24: Specific
conditionsforIMT2000CDMADirectSpread(UTRA)forMobileandportable(UE)radioandancillary
equipment.

ETSIEN30190801V5.2.1:ElectromagneticcompatibilityandRadiospectrumMatters(ERM);Base
Stations (BS) and User Equipment (UE) for IMT2000 Third Generation cellular networks; Part 1:
Harmonized EN for IMT2000, introduction and common requirements of article 3.2 of the R&TTE
Directive.

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ETSIEN30190802V5.2.1:ElectromagneticcompatibilityandRadiospectrumMatters(ERM);Base
Stations (BS) and User Equipment (UE) for IMT2000 Third Generation cellular networks; Part 2:
HarmonizedENforIMT2000,CDMADirectSpread(UTRAFDD)(UE)coveringessentialrequirements
ofarticle3.2oftheR&TTEDirective

IEC/EN609501:2005/EN609501:2006+A11:2009:HealthandSafety

Thetechnicaldocumentationrelevanttotheaboveequipmentwillbeheldat
MATRIXELECTRONICAS.L.U.
AlejandroSanchez109
28019Madrid
Spain

Madrid,20/05/2013.
Mr.J.Vicente
ManagingBoard

10.2 PTCRB approval


PTCRBistheregionalapprovalneededinNorthAmericanMarket.

MTX3GJAVAisnowPTCRBCertified:
Request#:39216
Manufacturer:MatrixElectronica
Model#:MTX3GJAVA
TechnologiesandFrequencyBands:GSM850/900/1800/1900,UMTSFDD:BandI/BandII/Band
V/BandVIII
FCCID:QIPEHS6
IndustryCanada#:7830AEHS6
IMEITAC:35888405
HardwareVersion:1.12
SoftwareVersion:02.000
SVN:08
NAPRD.03Version:GSMTest:5.15/OTAPerformanceTest:5.15

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10.3 FCC Compliant


MTX3GJAVA and any variants contain FCC ID: QIPEHS6. The FCC Equipment Authorization
CertificationfortheEHS6ModuleislistedundertheFCCidentifierQIPEHS6
IndustryCanadaCertificationNumber:7830AEHS6grantedtoGemaltoM2MGmbH.

The Cinterion reference application of the EHS6 Module registered under the above identifier is
certified to be in accordance with the following Rules and Regulations of the Federal
Communications Commission (FCC). Power listed is ERP for Part 22 and EIRP for Part 24. It is
compliantwithFCCregulations.

Equipmentclass:PCSLicensedTransmitter
Notes:QuadbandGSM/GPRSModem

10.3.1 SAR information

CinterionWirelessModulesmodels:EHS6ismarketedwithoutadefinedantenna.

TheMaximumAntennaGainwhenusingindoorantennasdependsonthedistancefromtheantenna
toanynearbypersonswheninnormaloperation.Itshouldnotexceedthevaluesshownonthetable
below.

Accordingtothelimitin47CFR1.1310,wegetthevalueofthemaximumantennagainasfollows:

Themaximummeasuredpoweroutputinthe850MHzbandis1866.38mW(32.71dBm,see7layers
testreportMDE_Siem_0714_FCCb).
Themaximumpermissibleexposureisdefinedas47CFR1.1310with0.55773mW/cm.
Themaximummeasuredpoweroutputinthe1900MHzbandis974.99mW(29.89dBm,see7layers
testreportMDE_Siem_0714_FCCc).
Themaximumpermissibleexposureisdefinedas47CFR1.1310with1mW/cm.

Accordingtothelimitin47CFR1.1310,wegetthevalueofthemaximumantennagainasfollows:

S=P*G/4R
S=0.55773mW/cmor1mW/cm
P=1866.38mWor974.99mW
R=20cmor100cm
=3.1416
G(dBi)=10*log10(G)

SolvingforG;themaximumantennagainis
Band Distance MaximumGainindBi
850MHz 20cm 1.7669
850MHz 50cm 9.7257
1900MHz 20cm 7.1227
1900MHz 50cm 15.0815

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10.4 AT&T certification


AT&TperformedapplicabletestingontheMTX3GJAVA.Thisincludestestingfor:

NegativeimpactsonAT&Tswirelessnetwork
Baselineregulatoryconfirmation
RFtestingagainstcomponentsinthewirelessAT&Tnetwork
Networkselectiontesting

The MTX3GJAVA device was not observed to cause any adverse problems to the AT&T network
when activated and used in the lab. The MTX3GJAVA is certified for both CS and PS services (as
applicable).AnychangetothemodeofoperationinvalidatestheAT&TCertification

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11. Declaracin de conformidad (Spanish)

MATRIXELECTRONICAS.L.U.
C/AlejandroSanchez109
28019Madrid
Spain

11.1 Estndares de homologacin europea


DeclaramosbajonuestraresponsabilidadquelosproductosMTX3GJAVAquecontienenunmodulo
celular Cinterion EHS6 (tipo L30960N2950A100), al cual se refiere esta declaracin, estn
etiquetadosconelmarcadoCEdeconformidad.

DIRECTIVA 2004/108/EC DEL PARLAMENTO EUROPE Y DEL CONSEJO del 15 de Diciembre de 2004
sobre la aproximacin de las leyes de los Estados Miembros correspondientes a la compatibilidad
electromagnticayquederogalaDirectiva89/336/EEC.

DIRECTIVA 2006/95/EC DEL PARLAMENTO EUROPE Y DEL CONSEJO del 12 de Diciembre de 2006
sobrelaarmonizacindelasleyesdelosestadosmiembrosrelacionadasconlosequiposelctricos
diseadosparasuusobajociertoslmitesdevoltaje.

ETSIEN301511V9.0.2:SistemaGlobaldeComunicacionesMviles(GSM);estndarunificadopara
estaciones mviles en las bandas GSM 900 y DCS 1800, que cubren los requisitos esenciales del
artculos3.2deladirectivaR&TTE(1999/5/EC)(GSM13.11versin7.0.1Release1998).

ETSI EN 301 4891 V1.9.2: Cuestiones sobre Compatibilidad Electromagntica y espectro


Radioelctricos (ERM); estndar de compatibilidad electromagntica (EMC) para equipos y sistema
deradio;Parte1:RequisitosTcnicosComunes

ETSI EN 301 4897 V1.3.1: Cuestiones sobre Compatibilidad Electromagntica y espectro


Radioelctricos (ERM); estndar de compatibilidad electromagntica (EMC) para equipos y sistema
de radio; Parte 7: Condiciones especficas para equipos de radio mviles y porttiles y equipos
auxiliaresdesistemasderadiocomunicacionesmvilesdigitales(GSMyDCS).

ETSI EN 301 48924 V1.5.1: Cuestiones sobre Compatibilidad Electromagntica y espectro


Radioelctricos (ERM); estndar de compatibilidad electromagntica (EMC) para equipos y sistema
de radio; Parte 24: Condiciones especficas para IMT2000 CDMA Direct Spread (UTRA) para radios
mvilesyporttiles(UE)yequipamientoauxiliar.

ETSI EN 301 90801 V5.2.1: Cuestiones sobre Compatibilidad Electromagntica y espectro


Radioelctricos (ERM); estaciones base (BS) y equipamiento de usuario (UE) para redes celulares
IMT2000 de tercera generacin; Parte 1: Normativa europea armonizada para IMT2000,
introduccinyrequisitoscomunesdelartculo3.2deladirectivaR&TTE.

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ETSI EN 301 90802 V5.2.1: Cuestiones sobre Compatibilidad Electromagntica y espectro


Radioelctricos (ERM); estaciones base (BS) y equipamiento de usuario (UE) para redes celulares
IMT2000 de tercera generacin; Parte 2: Normativa europea armonizada para IMT2000, CDMA
Direct Spread (UTRA FDD) (UE) que cubre los requisitos esenciales del artculo 3.2 de la directiva
R&TTE

IEC/EN609501:2005/EN609501:2006+A11:2009:SaludySeguridad

Ladocumentacintcnicareferentealequipoanteriorestdisponibleen:
MATRIXELECTRONICAS.L.U.
AlejandroSanchez109
28019Madrid
Espaa

Madrid,20/05/2013.
Sr.J.Vicente
ManagingBoard

11.2 Aprobacin PTCRB


PTCRBesunaprobadoregionalnecesarioenelmercadonorteamericano.

MTX3GJAVAtienelacertificacinPTCRB:
Solicitud#:39216
Fabricante:MatrixElectronica
Modelo#:MTX3GJAVA
Tecnologasybandasdefrecuencias:GSM850/900/1800/1900,UMTSFDD:BandI/BandII/Band
V/BandVIII
FCCID:QIPEHS6
IndustryCanada#:7830AEHS6
IMEITAC:35888405
VersionHardware:1.12
VersionSoftware:02.000
SVN:08
NAPRD.03Version:GSMTest:5.15/OTAPerformanceTest:5.1

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11.3 Conformidad FCC


MTX3GJAVAytodassusvariantescontienenelFCCID:QIPEHS6.ElCertificadodeAutorizacinde
EquipodelaFCCparaelmduloEHS6estlistadoconelidentificadorFCCQIPEHS6
NmerodeCertificacindeIndustriaenCanad:7830AEHS6asignadoaGemaltoM2MGmbH.

ElformulariodereferenciadelmduloEHS6registradobajoelanterioridentificadorestconforme
con las siguientes Reglas y Regulaciones de la Comisin Federal de Comunicaciones (FCC). La
potencialistadacomoERPparalaparte22ycomoEIRPparalaparte24cumpleconlasregulaciones
delaFCC.

Clasedeequipo:TransmisorPCSLicenciado
Notas:QuadbandGSM/GPRSModem

11.3.1 Tasa de absorcin especfica (SAR)

ElmoduloCinterionEHS6escomercializadosinunaantenadefinida.Lagananciamximadeantena
usandoantenasdeinteriordependedeladistanciadeestaalaspersonascercanasyencondiciones
normalesnodebesobrepasarloslmitesmostradosenlatablasiguiente.

La mxima potencia de salida medida en la banda de 850MHz es 1866.38 mW (32.71 dBm, ver el
reportedetestde7layersMDE_Siem_0714_FCCb).
Lamximaexposicinpermisiblesedefineen47CFR1.1310conunvalorde0.55773mW/cm.
La mxima potencia de salida medida en la banda de 1900 MHz es 974.99 mW (29.89 dBm, ver el
reportedetestde7layersMDE_Siem_0714_FCCc).
Lamximaexposicinpermisiblesedefineen47CFR1.1310conunvalorde1mW/cm.

Deacuerdoallmiteen47CFR1.1310,obtenemoselvalordelamximagananciadeantenacomo
sigue:

S=P*G/4R
S=0.55773mW/cmo1mW/cm
P=1866.38mWo974.99mW
R=20cmo100cm
=3.1416
G(dBi)=10*log10(G)

DespejandoG;lamximagananciadeantenaes:
Banda Distancia GananciaMximaendBi
850MHz 20cm 1.7669
850MHz 50cm 9.7257
1900MHz 20cm 7.1227
1900MHz 50cm 15.0815

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11.4 Certificacin AT&T


AT&T ha realizado los test aplicables al terminal MTX3GJAVA. Esto incluye las siguientes
comprobaciones:

ImpactosnegativesenlaredinalmbricadeAT&T
Confirmacindelcumplimientodelanormativabsicaaplicable
PruebadeRFcontralosdistintoscomponentsusadosenlareddeAT&T
Pruebadeseleccindered

EldispositivoMTX3GJAVAnohaevidenciadonicausadoningntipodeproblemaenlareddeAT&T
cuandohasidoactivadoyutilizadoenellaboratorio.ElMTX3GJAVAestcertificadoparaservicios
CSyPS.CualquiercambioenelmododeoperacindelequipoinvalidarlacertificacindeAT&T.

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12. Regulatory and type approval information

12.1 Directives and standards


The MTX3GJAVA modem has been designed to comply with the directives and standards listed
below.

Itistheresponsibilityoftheapplicationmanufacturertoensurecomplianceofthefinalproductwith
allprovisionsoftheapplicabledirectivesandstandards,aswellaswiththetechnicalspecifications
providedinthisdocument.

Directives
1999/05/EC DirectiveoftheEuropeanParliamentandofthecouncilof9March1999onradioequipmentand
telecommunicationsterminalequipmentandthemutualrecognitionoftheirconformity(inshort
referredtoasR&TTEDirective1999/5/EC).
TheproductislabeledwiththeCEconformitymark
ECER10 EconomicCommissionforEurope(ECE)RegulationNo.10:Uniformprovisionsconcerningthe
approvalofvehicleswithregardtoelectromagneticcompatibility
2002/95/EC(RoHS1) DirectiveoftheEuropeanParliamentandoftheCouncilof27January2003(andrevisedon8June
2011/65/EC(RoHS2) 2011)ontherestrictionoftheuseofcertainhazardoussubstancesinelectricalandelectronic
equipment(RoHS)

StandardsofNorthAmericantypeapproval
CFRTitle47 CodeofFederalRegulations,Part22andPart24(Telecommunications,
PCS);USEquipmentAuthorizationFCC
OETBulletin65 EvaluatingCompliancewithFCCGuidelinesforHumanExposureto
(Edition9701) RadiofrequencyElectromagneticFields
UL609501 ProductSafetyCertification(Safetyrequirements)
NAPRD.03V5.15 OverviewofPCSTypecertificationreviewboardMobileEquipmentType
CertificationandIMEIcontrol
PCSTypeCertificationReviewboard(PTCRB)
RSS132(Issue2) CanadianStandard
RSS133(Issue5)

StandardsofEuropeantypeapproval
3GPPTS51.0101 Digitalcellulartelecommunicationssystem(Release7);MobileStation(MS)conformance
specification;
ETSIEN301511V9.0.2 GlobalSystemforMobilecommunications(GSM);Harmonizedstandardformobilestationsin
theGSM900andDCS1800bandscoveringessentialrequirementsunderarticle3.2ofthe
R&TTEdirective(1999/5/EC)
GCFCCV3.49 GlobalCertificationForumCertificationCriteria
ETSIEN30148901 ElectromagneticCompatibilityandRadiospectrumMatters(ERM);Electromagnetic
V1.9.2 Compatibility(EMC)standardforradioequipmentandservices;Part1:CommonTechnical
Requirements
ETSIEN30148907 ElectromagneticCompatibilityandRadiospectrumMatters(ERM);Electromagnetic
V1.3.1 Compatibility(EMC)standardforradioequipmentandservices;Part7:Specificconditionsfor
mobileandportableradioandancillaryequipmentofdigitalcellularradiotelecommunications
systems(GSMandDCS)
ETSIEN30148924 ElectromagneticCompatibilityandRadiospectrumMatters(ERM);Electromagnetic
V1.5.1 Compatibility(EMC)standardforradioequipmentandservices;Part24:Specificconditionsfor
IMT2000CDMADirectSpread(UTRA)forMobileandportable(UE)radioandancillary
equipment

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EN30190801V5.2.1 ElectromagneticcompatibilityandRadiospectrumMatters(ERM);BaseStations(BS)andUser
Equipment(UE)forIMT2000ThirdGenerationcellularnetworks;Part1:HarmonizedENfor
IMT2000,introductionandcommonrequirementsofarticle3.2oftheR&TTEDirective
EN30190802V5.2.1 ElectromagneticcompatibilityandRadiospectrumMatters(ERM);BaseStations(BS)andUser
Equipment(UE)forIMT2000ThirdGenerationcellularnetworks;Part2:HarmonizedENfor
IMT2000,CDMADirectSpread(UTRAFDD)(UE)coveringessentialrequirementsofarticle3.2of
theR&TTEDirective
EN62311:2008 Assessmentofelectronicandelectricalequipmentrelatedtohumanexposurerestrictionsfor
electromagneticfields(0Hz300GHz)
IEC/EN609501:2006+ Safetyofinformationtechnologyequipment
A11:2009+A1:2010+
A12:2011

Requirementsofquality
IEC60068 Environmentaltesting
DINEN60529 IPcodes

StandardsoftheMinistryofInformationIndustryofthePeoplesRepublicofChina
SJ/T113632006 RequirementsforConcentrationLimitsforCertainHazardousSubstances
inElectronicInformationProducts(200606).
SJ/T113642006 MarkingforControlofPollutionCausedbyElectronicInformationProducts(200606).

AccordingtotheChineseAdministrationontheControlofPollutioncausedbyElectronic
InformationProducts(ACPEIP)theEPUP,i.e.,EnvironmentalProtectionUsePeriod,ofthis
productis20yearsasperthesymbolshownhere,unlessotherwisemarked.TheEPUPisvalid
onlyaslongastheproductisoperatedwithintheoperatinglimitsdescribedintheGemaltoM2M
HardwareInterfaceDescription.

Pleaseseenexttableforanoverviewoftoxicorhazardoussubstancesorelementsthatmightbe
containedinproductpartsinconcentrationsabovethelimitsdefinedbySJ/T113632006.

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12.2 SAR requirements specific to portable mobiles


Mobilephones,PDAsorotherportabletransmittersandreceiversincorporatingaGSMmodulemust
be in accordance with the guidelines for human exposure to radio frequency energy. This requires
theSpecificAbsorptionRate(SAR)ofportableEHS6basedapplicationstobeevaluatedandapproved
forcompliancewithnationaland/orinternationalregulations.

SincetheSARvaluevariessignificantlywiththeindividualproductdesign,manufacturersareadvised
tosubmittheirproductforapprovalifdesignedforportableuse.ForEuropeanmarketstherelevant
directives are mentioned below. It is the responsibility of the manufacturer of the final product to
verify whether or not further standards, recommendations or directives are in force outside these
areas.

ProductsintendedforsaleinUSmarkets

EN 59005/ANSI C95.1: Considerations for evaluation of human exposure to Electromagnetic Fields


(EMFs)fromMobileTelecommunicationEquipment(MTE)inthefrequencyrange30MHz6GHz

ProductsintendedforsaleinEuropeanmarkets

EN 50360: Product standard to demonstrate the compliance of mobile phones with the basic
restrictionsrelatedtohumanexposuretoelectromagneticfields(300MHz3GHz)

PleasenotethatSARrequirementsarespecificonlyforportabledevicesandnotformobiledevices
asdefinedbelow:

Portabledevice:
Aportabledeviceisdefinedasatransmittingdevicedesignedtobeusedsothatthe
radiatingstructure(s)ofthedeviceis/arewithin20centimetersoftheusersbody.
Mobiledevice:
Amobiledeviceisdefinedasatransmittingdevicedesignedtobeusedinotherthanfixed
locationsandtogenerallybeusedinsuchawaythataseparationdistanceofatleast20
centimetersisnormallymaintainedbetweenthetransmittersradiatingstructure(s)andthe
usersbodyorthatofnearbypersons.Inthiscontext,thetermfixedlocationmeansthat
thedeviceisphysicallysecuredatonelocationandcannotbeeasilymovedtoanother
location.

12.3 SELV requirements


The power supply connected to the MTX3GJAVA modem shall be in compliance with the SELV
requirementsdefinedinEN609501.

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13. RoHS Statement

TheMTX3GJAVAmodemiscompliantwiththe2002/95/ECDirectiveof
theEuropeanParliamentandoftheCouncilof27January2003onthe
restrictionoftheuseofcertainhazardoussubstancesinelectricaland
electronicequipment(RoHS).

14. Disposal of old electrical & electronic equipment

This symbol, applied on our products and/or on its packaging, indicates that this
product should not be treated as household waste when you wish to dispose of it.
Instead,itshouldbehandedovertoanapplicablecollectionpointfortherecyclingof
electricalandelectronicequipment.Byensuringthisproductisdisposedofcorrectly,
youwillhelppreventpotentialnegativeconsequencestotheenvironmentandhuman
health,whichcouldotherwisebecausedbyinappropriatedisposalofthisproduct.Therecyclingof
materialswillhelptoconservenaturalresources.Formoredetailedinformationabouttherecycling
of this product, please contact your local city office, household waste disposal service orthe retail
storewhereyoupurchasedthisproduct.

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15. Abbreviations

Abbreviation Description
ADC Analogtodigitalconverter
AGC AutomaticGainControl
ANSI AmericanNationalStandardsInstitute
ARFCN AbsoluteRadioFrequencyChannelNumber
ARP AntennaReferencePoint
ASC0/ASC1 AsynchronousController.AbbreviationsusedforfirstandsecondserialinterfaceofEHS6
B ThermistorConstant
BER BitErrorRate
BTS BaseTransceiverStation
CBorCBM CellBroadcastMessage
CE ConformitEuropene(EuropeanConformity)
CHAP ChallengeHandshakeAuthenticationProtocol
CPU CentralProcessingUnit
CS CodingScheme
CSD CircuitSwitchedData
CTS CleartoSend
DAC DigitaltoAnalogConverter
DAI DigitalAudioInterface
dBm0 Digitallevel,3.14dBm0correspondstofullscale,seeITUG.711,Alaw
DCE DataCommunicationEquipment(typicallymodems,e.g.GemaltoM2Mmodule)
DCS1800 DigitalCellularSystem,alsoreferredtoasPCN
DL Download
dnu Donotuse
DRX DiscontinuousReception
DSB DevelopmentSupportBox
DSP DigitalSignalProcessor
DSR DataSetReady
DTE DataTerminalEquipment(typicallyacomputer,terminal,printeror,forexample,aGSMapplication)
DTR DataTerminalReady
DTX DiscontinuousTransmission
EDGE EnhancedDataratesforGSMEvolution
EFR EnhancedFullRate
EGSM EnhancedGSM
EIRP EquivalentIsotropicRadiatedPower
EMC ElectromagneticCompatibility
ERP EffectiveRadiatedPower
ESD ElectrostaticDischarge
ETS EuropeanTelecommunicationStandard
ETSI EuropeanTelecommunicationsStandardsInstitute
FCC FederalCommunicationsCommission(U.S.)
FDD FrequencyDivisionDuplex
FDMA FrequencyDivisionMultipleAccess

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FR FullRate
GMSK GaussianMinimumShiftKeying
GPIO GeneralPurposeInput/Output
GPRS GeneralPacketRadioService
GSM GlobalStandardforMobileCommunications
HiZ HighImpedance
HR HalfRate
HSDPA HighSpeedDownlinkPacketAccess
I/O Input/Output
IC IntegratedCircuit
IMEI InternationalMobileEquipmentIdentity
ISO InternationalStandardsOrganization
ITU InternationalTelecommunicationsUnion
kbps kbitspersecond
LED LightEmittingDiode
LiIon/Li+ LithiumIon
Libattery RechargeableLithiumIonorLithiumPolymerbattery
LPM LinkPowerManagement
MBB Moisturebarrierbag
Mbps Mbitspersecond
MCS ModulationandCodingScheme
MMI ManMachineInterface
MO MobileOriginated
MS MobileStation(GSMmodule),alsoreferredtoasTE
MSISDN MobileStationInternationalISDNnumber
MSL MoistureSensitivityLevel
MT MobileTerminated
nc Notconnected
NTC NegativeTemperatureCoefficient
OEM OriginalEquipmentManufacturer
PA PowerAmplifier
PAP PasswordAuthenticationProtocol
PBCCH PacketSwitchedBroadcastControlChannel
PCB PrintedCircuitBoard
PCL PowerControlLevel
PCM PulseCodeModulation
PCN PersonalCommunicationsNetwork,alsoreferredtoasDCS1800
PCS PersonalCommunicationSystem,alsoreferredtoasGSM1900
PD PullDownresistor(appr.100k)
PDU ProtocolDataUnit
PLL PhaseLockedLoop
PPP Pointtopointprotocol
PS PacketSwitched
PSK PhaseShiftKeying
PSU PowerSupplyUnit

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PU PullUpresistor(appr.100k)
PWM PulseWidthModulation
QAM QuadratureAmplitudeModulation
R&TTE RadioandTelecommunicationTerminalEquipment
RAM RandomAccessMemory
RF RadioFrequency
RLS RadioLinkStability
RMS RootMeanSquare(value)
RoHS Restrictionoftheuseofcertainhazardoussubstancesinelectricalandelectronicequipment.
ROM ReadonlyMemory
RTC RealTimeClock
RTS RequesttoSend
Rx ReceiveDirection
SAR SpecificAbsorptionRate
SAW SurfaceAcousticWave
SELV SafetyExtraLowVoltage
SIM SubscriberIdentificationModule
SMD SurfaceMountDevice
SMS ShortMessageService
SMT SurfaceMountTechnology
SPI SerialPeripheralInterface
SRAM StaticRandomAccessMemory
SRB SignallingRadioBearer
TA Terminaladapter(e.g.GSMmodule)
TDMA TimeDivisionMultipleAccess
TE TerminalEquipment,alsoreferredtoasDTE
TLS TransportLayerSecurity
TPC TransmitPowerControl
TS TechnicalSpecification
Tx TransmitDirection
UART Universalasynchronousreceivertransmitter
UICC USIMIntegratedCircuitCard
UL Upload
UMTS UniversalMobileTelecommunicationsSystem
URC UnsolicitedResultCode
USB UniversalSerialBus
USIM UMTSSubscriberIdentificationModule
USSD UnstructuredSupplementaryServiceData
VSWR VoltageStandingWaveRatio
WCDMA WidebandCodeDivisionMultipleAccess

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16. AT command summary

The AT standard is a lineoriented command language. AT is an abbreviation of ATtention and it is


alwaysusedtosendacommandlinefromtheterminalequipment(TE)totheterminaladaptor(TA).
Thecommandlineconsistsofastringofalphanumericcharacters.ItissenttotheMTX3GJAVAto
instructittoperformthecommandsspecifiedbythecharacters.
TheATcommandslistedbelowaresupportedfromwithintheMTX3GJAVA.TheATCommandSet
manualcanbedownloadedfromtheMTX3GJAVAwebpageatwww.mtxm2m.com.

ATCommand Description
+++ SwitchfromdatamodeorPPPonlinemodetocommandmode
A/ RepeatPreviousCommandLine
AT&C SetDataCarrierDetect(DCD)LineMode
AT&D SetDataTerminalReady(DTR)LineMode
AT&F ResetATCommandSettingstoFactoryDefaultValues
AT&S SetDataSetReady(DSR)LineMode
AT&V Displaycurrentconfiguration
AT&W StoreATCommandSettingstoUserDefinedProfile
AT+CACM Accumulatedcallmeter(ACM)resetorquery
AT+CALA AlarmConfiguration
AT+CAMM Accumulatedcallmetermaximum(ACMmax)setorquery
AT+CAOC AdviseofChargeInformation
AT+CBST SelectBearerServiceType
AT+CCFC Callforwardingnumberandconditionscontrol
AT+CCID USIMCardIdentificationNumber
AT+CCLK RealTimeClock
AT+CCUG ClosedUserGroup
AT+CCWA CallWaiting
AT+CEER ExtendedErrorReport
AT+CFUN FunctionalityLevel
AT+CGACT PDPcontextactivateordeactivate
AT+CGANS ManualresponsetoanetworkrequestforPDPcontextactivation
AT+CGATT GPRSattachordetach
AT+CGAUTO AutomaticresponsetoanetworkrequestforPDPcontextactivation
AT+CGCMOD PDPContextModify
AT+CGDATA Enterdatastate
AT+CGDCONT DefinePDPContext
AT+CGEQMIN Rel.99QualityofServiceProfile(Minimumacceptable)
AT+CGEQREQ Rel.99QualityofServiceProfile(Requested)
AT+CGEREP GPRSeventreporting
AT+CGMI Requestmanufactureridentification
AT+CGMM Requestmodelidentification
AT+CGMR Requestrevisionidentificationofsoftwarestatus
AT+CGPADDR ShowPDPaddress

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AT+CGQMIN QualityofServiceProfile(Minimumacceptable)
AT+CGQREQ QualityofServiceProfile(Requested)
AT+CGREG PacketDomainNetworkRegistrationStatus
AT+CGSMS SelectserviceforMOSMSmessages
AT+CGSN RequestInternationalMobileEquipmentIdentity(IMEI)
AT+CHLD CallHoldandMultiparty
AT+CHUP Hangupcall
AT+CIMI RequestInternationalMobileSubscriberIdentity(IMSI)
AT+CLCC Listofcurrentcalls
AT+CLCK Facilitylock
AT+CLIP CallingLineIdentificationPresentation
AT+CLIR CallingLineIdentificationRestriction
AT+CMEE ErrorMessageFormat
AT+CMGC SendSMSCommand
AT+CMGD Deleteshortmessage
AT+CMGF SelectSMSmessageformat
AT+CMGL ListSMSmessagesfrompreferredstore
AT+CMGR ReadSMSmessages
AT+CMGS SendSMS
AT+CMGW WriteShortMessagestoMemory
AT+CMMS MoreMessagestoSend
AT+CMSS Sendshortmessagesfromstorage
AT+CMUT Mutecontrol
AT+CMUX Multiplexmode
AT+CNAP CallingNamePresentation
AT+CNMA NewMessageAcknowledgementtoME/TE
AT+CNMI SMSEventReportingConfiguration
AT+CNUM Readownnumbers
AT+COLP ConnectedLineIdentificationPresentation
AT+COPN Readoperatornames
AT+COPS OperatorSelection
AT+CPAS ActivityStatus
AT+CPBF Findphonebookentries
AT+CPBR ReadfromPhonebook
AT+CPBS Selectphonebookmemorystorage
AT+CPBW WriteintoPhonebook
AT+CPIN PINAuthentication
AT+CPIN2 PIN2Authentication
AT+CPLS SelectPreferredOperatorList
AT+CPMS PreferredSMSmessagestorage
AT+CPOL PreferredOperatorList
AT+CPUC Priceperunitandcurrencytable
AT+CPWD ChangePassword
AT+CR Servicereportingcontrol
AT+CRC IncomingCallIndicationFormat

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AT+CREG NetworkRegistrationStatus
AT+CRLP ConfigureRLPParametersforOutgoingNonTransparentDataCalls
AT+CRSM RestrictedSIMAccess
AT+CSCA SMSServiceCenterAddress
AT+CSCB SelectCellBroadcastMessageIndication
AT+CSCS CharacterSet
AT+CSDH ShowSMStextmodeparameters
AT+CSIM GenericUSIMAccess
AT+CSMP SetSMSTextModeParameters
AT+CSMS SelectMessageService
AT+CSQ Signalquality
AT+CSSN Supplementaryservicenotifications
AT+CSTA Selecttypeofaddress
AT+CSVM Setvoicemailnumber
AT+CTZR TimeZoneReporting
AT+CTZU AutomaticTimeZoneUpdate
AT+CUSD UnstructuredSupplementaryServiceData
AT+GSN RequestInternationalMobileEquipmentIdentity(IMEI)
AT+IPR BitRate
AT+STKCC USATCallControlNotification
AT+STKCNF USATProactiveSessionStatus
AT+STKENV USATEnvelopeCommand
AT+STKPRO USATProactiveCommandURCs
AT+STKTR USATTerminalResponseCommands
AT+VTD Toneduration
AT+VTS DTMFandtonegeneration
AT\Q FlowControl
AT^SBV Battery/SupplyVoltage
AT^SCCNT ConfigurePulseCounter
AT^SCFG ExtendedConfigurationSettings
AT^SCPIN PinConfiguration
AT^SCPOL PollingConfiguration
AT^SCTM CriticalOperatingTemperatureMonitoring
AT^SFDL FirmwareDownload
AT^SFSA FlashFileSystemAccess
AT^SGAUTH SetTypeofAuthenticationforPDPIPConnections
AT^SGIO GetIOstateofaspecifiedpinorport
AT^SHUP Hangupcall(s)indicatingaspecific3GPPTS24.008releasecause
AT^SICI InternetConnectionInformation
AT^SICS InternetConnectionSetupProfile
AT^SIND ExtendedIndicatorControl
AT^SIPS InternetProfileStorage
AT^SISC InternetServiceClose
AT^SISE InternetServiceErrorReport
AT^SISH InternetListenerServiceDisconnect

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AT^SISI InternetServiceInformation
AT^SISO InternetServiceOpen
AT^SISR InternetServiceReadData
AT^SISS InternetServiceSetupProfile
AT^SIST EnterTransparentAccessMode
AT^SISW InternetServiceWriteData
AT^SISX InternetServiceExecution
AT^SJAM ManageJavaApplication
AT^SJDL JavaDownload
AT^SJMSEC JavaMidletSecurity
AT^SJNET SetDialupNetworkAccessParameters
AT^SJOTAP OverTheAirApplicationProvisioning
AT^SJRA RunJavaApplication
AT^SLED LEDFeature
AT^SMGL ListShortMessagesfrompreferredstorewithoutsettingstatustoRECREAD
AT^SMGR ReadshortmessagewithoutsettingstatustoRECREAD
AT^SMONI MonitoringServingCell
AT^SMONP MonitoringNeighbourCells
AT^SMSO SwitchOffEHS6
AT^SNFI Setmicrophonepathparameters
AT^SNFM Setmicrophoneaudiopathandpowersupply
AT^SNFO Setaudiooutput(=loudspeakerpath)parameter
AT^SNFS Selectaudiohardwareset
AT^SNFTTY SignalTTY/CTMaudiomodecapability
AT^SNMON Networkmonitoring
AT^SPIO GPIODriverOpen/Close
AT^SPOW SetUARTModeandSLEEPModeonUART
AT^SRADC ConfigureandReadADCMeasurement
AT^SRTC Ringtoneconfiguration
AT^SSCNT StartandStopPulseCounter
AT^SSIO SetIOstateofaspecifiedpinorport
AT^SSPI SerialProtocolInterface
AT^SSTA RemoteSATInterfaceActivation
AT^SWDAC PWMSignalConfigurationforDAC
AT^SXCALLSTAT SetReportingCallStatus
AT^SXEONS DisplayEonsnames
AT^SXRAT SelectionofRadioAccessTechnology
ATA ConnecttoIncomingCall
ATA ManualacceptanceofanetworkrequestforPDPcontextactivation
ATD Mobileoriginatedcalltospecifiednumber
ATD*99# RequestPacketDomainService
ATD><mem><n> Mobileoriginatedcallusingspecificmemoryandindexnumber
ATD><n> Mobileoriginatedcallfromactivememoryusingindexnumber
ATD><str> Mobileoriginatedcallfromactivememoryusingcorrespondingfield
ATDL Rediallastnumberused

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ATE ATCommandEcho
ATH Disconnectexistingconnection
ATI Displayproductidentificationinformation
ATL Setmonitorspeakerloudness
ATO Switchfromcommandmodetodatamode/PPPonlinemode
ATQ ResultCodePresentationMode
ATS0 Setnumberofringsbeforeautomaticallyansweringacall
ATS10 Setdisconnectdelayafterindicatingtheabsenceofdatacarrier
ATS3 CommandLineTermination
ATS4 ResponseFormatting
ATS5 CommandLineEditing
ATS6 Setpausebeforeblinddialing
ATS7 Setnumberofsecondstowaitforconnectioncompletion
ATS8 CommaDialPauseTime
ATV Resultcodeformatmode
ATX CONNECTResultCodeFormat
ATZ RestoreATCommandSettingsfromUserDefinedProfile

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17. Accessories

TheMTX3GJAVAhasawiderangeofavailableaccessories,including:
Powersupplies
Alltypeofantennas(indoor,outdoor,highgain,etc)
CablesandDINadapters

TheMTX3GJAVAisshippedwithoutanyaccessories.

Pleasevisitthefollowingwebsitestoseethefullrangeofaccessories:
www.mtxm2m.com

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18. Sales contact

www.mtxm2m.com

MatrixMadrid MatrixBarcelona MatrixBilbao MatrixValencia


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28019Madrid(SPAIN) Nave109,Oficinas69 Oficina2G
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